floorcloth
noun (plural floorcloths) Date: 1746 a usually decorated heavy cloth (as of canvas) used for a floor covering

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  • Floorcloth — A floorcloth, or floor cloth, is a term for a cloth, normally of flannel, used for cleaning floors. The term was previously used also for materials used in place of carpeting or to protect expensive carpets, such as oilcloth, Kamptulicon or other …   Wikipedia

  • floorcloth — /flawr klawth , kloth , flohr /, n., pl. floorcloths / klawdhz , klodhz , klawths , kloths /. 1. a cloth for washing or wiping floors. 2. a piece of cloth or the like, as crash, drugget, or linoleum, used with or without a carpet for covering a… …   Universalium

  • floorcloth — noun a) a cloth, normally of flannel, used for cleaning floors. b) materials used in place of carpeting for covering floors, such as linoleum or oilcloth …   Wiktionary

  • floorcloth — n. cloth for washing floors; mop; decorated heavy material (canvas) used for covering floors; (Theatre) canvas sheet that is painted to obtain a particular effect or which is laid on the stage floor to indicate the acting area …   English contemporary dictionary

  • floorcloth — /ˈflɔklɒθ/ (say flawkloth) noun a cloth for washing or wiping floors …   Australian English dictionary

  • floorcloth — n. a cloth for washing the floor …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Linol — Moderne Farbkollektion und Rückseite von Linoleum Produktpräsentation der Linoleum AB Forshaga 1923 Linoleum ist ein von dem englischen Chemike …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Linoleum — Moderne Farbkollektion und Rückseite von Linoleum …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Linoleum — For other uses, see Linoleum (disambiguation). Linoleum from around the 1950s Linoleum (informally abbreviated to lino) is a floor covering made from renewable materials such as solidified linseed oil (linoxyn), pine rosin, ground cork dust, wood …   Wikipedia

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