noun cham·bray \ˈsham-ˌbrā, -brē\

Definition of CHAMBRAY

:  a lightweight clothing fabric with colored warp and white filling yarns

Origin of CHAMBRAY

irregular from Cambrai, France
First Known Use: 1814

Rhymes with CHAMBRAY


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