Definition of Picots

1. Noun. (plural of picot) ¹



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Definition of Picots

1. picot [v] - See also: picot

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Picots

picosats
picoscale
picosecond
picoseconds
picosiemens
picot
picote
picoted
picotee
picotees
picotine
picoting
picotite
picotites
picotpaulite
picots (current term)
picovolt
picovolts
picowatt
picowatts
picowave
picowaved
picowaves
picowaving
picquet
picqueted
picqueter
picqueters
picquets
picra

Literary usage of Picots

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1. The Young Ladies' Journal Complete Guide to the Work-table: Containing (1885)
"In the picots of the joining scallops, crochet one single in each picot, then five chain for the edge. No. 20.—EDGING WITH TWO THREADS. ..."

2. Old Lace: A Handbook for Collectors; an Account of the Different Styles of by Margaret Jourdain (1908)
"This pad is often ornamented with a close fringe of picots, or by an ornament of free loops — tier upon tier—ornamented with picots. ..."

3. The Connoisseur by George Colman, B. Thornton (1905)
"Small picots also ornament the brides between the circle and the extremities. ... The shortest bride is ornamented with two picots upon each side, ..."

4. The Home Maker by Jane Cunningham Croly (1889)
"Fasten with a DC in the fourth of the first long loop of seven chain, lying between the third and fourth picots ; Nine chain, one DC in the fourth of the ..."

5. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"The edge, or border, is often decorated also with these picots. ... The designs are connected by brides and often decorated with picots. ..."

6. Babyhood: Devoted Exclusively to the Care of Infants and Young Children (1890)
"Four rows of the ground colorare now added all around and an edge worked of picots (one tight stitch, five chains and a tight stitch back into the first ..."

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