Definition of bouclé
1 : an uneven yarn of three plies one of which forms loops at intervals
2 : a fabric of bouclé yarn
Recent Examples of bouclé from the Web
During her visit, Kate, who was dressed in a boucle suit from British high street brand Hobbs, was introduced to staff and volunteers at the hospice before she got stuck in at an art therapy session.
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Origin and Etymology of bouclé
French bouclé curly, from past participle of boucler to curl, from bocle buckle, curl
First Known Use: 1886See Words from the same year
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