Definition of Pilot cloth
1. Noun. A thick blue cloth used to make overcoats and coats for sailors etc.
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Literary usage of Pilot cloth
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1. Official Descriptive and Illustrated Catalogue by Robert Ellis, Great Britain Commissioners for the Exhibition of 1851, London Great exhibition of the works of industry of all nations, 1851 (1851)
"Wool-ily«! blue Witney cloth; blue pilot cloth; and ri.i«rii pilot cloth. Woollen fabric with cotton ..."
2. Reports of Cases in Criminal Law Argued and Determined in All the Courts in by Edward William Cox (1865)
"L Evidence. of pilot cloth, one diaper table cloth, one clothes brush, one razor, one pilot-cloth coat, one square, one hammer, two gimlets, ..."
3. Official Descriptive and Illustrated Catalogue of the Great Exhibition of by Great Exhibition (1851)
"Lodged blue pilot cloth. Blue mixture, steel mixture, and Oxford mixture ... Wool-dyed blue Witney cloth; blue pilot cloth; and brown pilot cloth. ..."
4. The Annals of Yorkshire from the Earliest Period to the Present Time by Henry Schroder (1852)
"Wool dyed Witney and pilot cloth. Woollen fabric, with cotton lining. ... Marbled pilot cloth, green, white, and black. Alpaca cloth, black. ..."
5. Crown Cases Reserved for Consideration, and Decided by the Judges of England by E. Chandos Leigh, Lewis William Cave (1866)
"... one piece of pilot cloth one diaper table cloth one clothes brush one razor one pilot cloth coat one square one hammer two gimlets one pair of compasses ..."
6. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1840)
"... one bale pilot cloth—Riddle, claimant; which were alleged to have been entered and appraised, and found subject to forfeiture, under the 14th section of ..."
7. Reports of All the Cases Decided by All the Superior Courts Relating to by Great Britain Magistrates' cases, Edward William Cox (1864)
"... one puir «f scissors, two towels, one holster rase,' two knives, two forks, two spoons, three and a half yards of black cloth, one piece of pilot cloth, ..."