Definition of Macrami
1. macrame [n -S] - See also: macrame
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Macrami
Literary usage of Macrami
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The House and Home: A Practical Book by Lyman Abbott (1896)
"macrami. (Old Italian.) Macramé is carried to perfection at the Albergo de' Poveri, at Genoa, where it is done by girls and children trained to copy the ..."
2. The Making of Citizens: A Study in Comparative Education by Robert Edward Hughes (1902)
"That is a fact which these children all appreciate, and at least six of them informed me that some day they would go into the macrami business— ..."
3. Studies in Board Schools by Charles Robert Morley (1897)
"That is a fact which these children all appreciate, and at least six of them informed me that some day they would go into the macrami business—' ..."
4. The Lace Dictionary by Chandler Robbins Clifford (1913)
"The wedding dress of Queen Victoria was of Honiton applique on machine net. Those of the Princess Royal, Princess Alice Knotted work (Spanish). macrami. ..."
5. Torch and Colonial Book Circular (1888)
"By JOHN DAWSON. it. M. Kennel Diary, y. 6V/. Idly of the Valley. By WILLIAM ROBERTS. 6J. macrami Lace. Illustrated. M. Market Gardening, Profitable. ..."