Definition of Eolienne

1. a fine silk and woollen dress material [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eolienne

enzymolysis
enzymopathy
enzyms
eo ipso
eo nomine
eoan
eobiont
eobionts
eobiotic
eocene
eohippus
eohippuses
eolian
eolianite
eolic
eolienne (current term)
eoliennes
eolipile
eolipiles
eolis
eolith
eolithic
eoliths
eolopile
eolopiles
eolotropic
eolotropy
eomesodermin
eon
eonian

Literary usage of Eolienne

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1. A catechism for the harmonium by John Hiles (1877)
"A. The Harpe eolienne is a Bass Stop, the quality of tone resembling the Harp, the Zither, or two Violins played in unison. A slight wave in the tone occurs ..."

2. A Cotton Fabrics Glossary by Frank P. Bennett, & Co (1914)
"This can be easily seen by looking at the two different cloths, as in a crepe the filling is all full of curves and crinkles, while in an eolienne the ..."

3. Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians by George Grove, John Alexander Fuller-Maitland (1907)
"... and in 1855 exhibited his harmonium with 'Double Expression,' and a new stop ' Harpe eolienne,' for which he gained a medal of the first class. ..."

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