Definition of Silkaline

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Silkaline

siliquous
siliqyiform
silk
silk-cotton tree
silk-screen printing
silk cotton
silk gland
silk hat
silk oak
silk screen print
silk stocking
silk tree
silk vine
silk wood
silkaline (current term)
silkalines
silke
silked
silken
silkened
silkening
silkenly
silkens
silkie
silkier
silkies
silkiest
silkily

Literary usage of Silkaline

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Cinderella in Flowerland; Or, The Lost Lady's Slipper: Operetta for Children by Marion Loder (1896)
"Full "Greenaway" gowns reaching to the ground, of different shades of foliage-green silkaline ; full .sleeves to just below elbow; broad sashes tied high ..."

2. Household Arts for Home and School by Anna Maria Cooley, Wilhelmina H. Spohr (1920)
"The comforters are made of cotton or of wool wadding and covered with silk, sateen, or cotton cloth called silkaline. Have you learned the difference ..."

3. Household Arts for Home and School by Anna Maria Cooley, Wilhelmina H. Spohr (1920)
"The comforters are made of cotton or of wool wadding and covered with silk, sateen, or cotton cloth called silkaline. Have you learned the difference ..."

4. A Cotton Fabrics Glossary by Frank P. Bennett, & Co (1914)
"The foundation cloth which is used in the production of silkaline is most always made with plain weaves. ..."

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