Definition of

Cambric

  1. (noun, artifact) a finely woven white linen

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Alternate forms of Cambric

Hypernyms: cloth, fabric, material, textile

Origin of the word Cambric

  1. 1385, from Kamerijk, Flem. form of Cambrai, city in northern France where the cloth was originally made, from L. Camaracum. more

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