Definition of Sateens

1. Noun. (plural of sateen) ¹



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Definition of Sateens

1. sateen [n] - See also: sateen

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sateens

satavaptan
satay
satays
satchel
satcheled
satchelful
satchelfuls
satchelled
satchels
satchelsful
satcomms
satcoms
sate
sated
sateen
sateens (current term)
sateless
satelles
satellite
satellite-rich heterochromatin
satellite DNA
satellite RNA
satellite TV
satellite abscess
satellite campus
satellite cell
satellite cell of skeletal muscle
satellite cells
satellite communications
satellite dish

Literary usage of Sateens

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1. Woollen and Worsted Cloth Manufacture: Being a Practical Treatise for the by Roberts Beaumont (1890)
"sateens—92. Derivatives of the Sateen—93. Corkscrews or Round Twills—94. Construction of Twills—95. ..."

2. Wages (standard Piece Rates).: Board of Trade (Labour Department) by Great Britain Board of Trade, Hubert Llewellyn Smith (1900)
"Weaving sateens, Jeans, Drills, &o. (Uniform List). —A new list for weaving sateens, jeans, jeannettes, drills, ..."

3. Textile design and colour by William Watson (1912)
"Similar sateens result from counting 2 and 11, 3 and 10, 4 and 9, 5 and 8, and 6 and 7, ... Regular sateens cannot be constructed on four and six threads, ..."

4. Analysis of Woven Fabrics by Aldred Farrer Barker, Eber Midgley (1914)
"sateens made with more than 5 shafts to be paid by the Sateen List, ... Cloth with dobby and tappet motions, one shuttle loom (lenos, sateens, jeans, ..."

5. Transactions of the National Association of Cotton Manufacturers by National Association of Cotton Manufacturers, New England Cotton Manufacturers' Association (1896)
"I have been making sateens for twenty years back, and I have always made them ... As to coarse sateens, I am just putting in some frames now—I hope to have ..."

6. The Cotton Mills of South Carolina, 1907: Letters Written to the News and by August Kohn (1907)
"Laurens Cotton Mills—Print cloths, sateens and fancy shirtings. Lydia Cotton Mills—Fine shirtings and ... Liberty Cotton Mills—Wide print cloths and sateens ..."

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