Definition of Scrims

1. Noun. (plural of scrim) ¹



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Definition of Scrims

1. scrim [n] - See also: scrim

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scrims

scrimpers
scrimpier
scrimpiest
scrimpily
scrimping
scrimping bar
scrimpingly
scrimpit
scrimple
scrimply
scrimpness
scrimps
scrimptions
scrimpy
scrims (current term)
scrimshander
scrimshandered
scrimshandering
scrimshanders
scrimshank
scrimshanked
scrimshanker
scrimshankers
scrimshanking
scrimshanks
scrimshaw
scrimshawed
scrimshawing
scrimshaws

Literary usage of Scrims

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1. Home Furnishing: Facts and Figures about Furniture, Carpets and Rugs, Lamps by George Leland Hunter (1913)
"scrims, both plain and with drawn-work effects, are useful in bungalow draping—not white scrims but those in cream and ecru. Sometimes the stringing of a ..."

2. Synopsis of the Decisions of the Treasury Department on the Construction of by United States Dept. of the Treasury, Dept. of the Treasury, United States (1895)
"Flax scrims not free as bolting cloths. Before the US General Appraisers at New York, August 2, 1894. In the matter of the protests, ..."

3. International Shipping & Shipbuilding Directory (1891)
"... scrims and window scrims, cambric cloths, muslin apron checks, brilliants, cords, piques diapers, leños, mosquito nettings ; Swiss ..."

4. The Linen Trade, Ancient and Modern by Alexander Johnston Warden (1867)
"In Fowlis-Wester the weavers, besides household Linen, made scrims, a thin narrow Linen, for the Glasgow market. This manufacture ceased all at once on the ..."

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