noun, often attributive \ˈkräft, ˈkraft\

Definition of KRAFT

:  a strong paper or cardboard made from wood pulp produced from wood chips boiled in an alkaline solution containing sodium sulfate

Origin of KRAFT

German, literally, strength, from Old High German — more at craft
First Known Use: 1906

Rhymes with KRAFT


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discomfit Hear it
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