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twill

noun \ˈtwil\

: cloth that is made in a way that produces a pattern of diagonal lines

Full Definition of TWILL

1
:  a fabric with a twill weave
2
:  a textile weave in which the filling threads pass over one and under two or more warp threads to give an appearance of diagonal lines

Origin of TWILL

Middle English twyll, twylle, from Old English twilic having a double thread, part translation of Latin bilic-, bilix, from bi- + licium thread
First Known Use: 14th century

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