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charmeuse

noun char·meuse \(ˌ)shär-ˈmüz, -ˈmüs, -ˈmyüz, -ˈmə(r)z\

Definition of CHARMEUSE

:  a fine semilustrous crepe in satin weave

Origin of CHARMEUSE

French, feminine of charmeur charmer, from charmer to charm
First Known Use: 1907

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