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ruche

ruche

noun \ˈrüsh\

Definition of RUCHE

:  a pleated, fluted, or gathered strip of fabric used for trimming
ruched \ˈrüsht\ adjective

Variants of RUCHE

ruche or ruch·ing \ˈrü-shiŋ\

Origin of RUCHE

French ruche literally, beehive, from Medieval Latin rusca bark
First Known Use: 1827

Rhymes with RUCHE

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