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foulard

foulard

noun fou·lard \f-ˈlärd\

Definition of FOULARD

1
a :  a lightweight plain-woven or twilled silk usually decorated with a printed pattern
b :  an imitation of this fabric
2
:  an article of clothing made of foulard

Origin of FOULARD

French
First Known Use: 1830

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