slubbed meaning

  "slubbed" in a sentence
Adjective: slubbed
  1. Of textiles; having a rough surface
    - homespun, nubby, nubbly, tweedy

See also: rough, unsmooth


  1. Her cinnamon-pink and apricot maxi or shortie coats in slubbed silk were architectural and beautiful, combined with deep rust chenille pullovers and chevron pants.
  2. After several decades in disfavor, old-fashioned silk shantung _ that shiny slubbed fabric that takes color so beautifully _ has made a strong comeback in resort and spring collections.
  3. Cuprammonium rayon is usually made in fine filaments that are used in lightweight summer dresses and blouses, sometimes in combination with cotton to make textured fabrics with slubbed, uneven surfaces.

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