cloque

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noun clo·que \klō-ˈkā, ˈklō-ˌ\

Definition of cloque

  1. 1 :  a fabric with an embossed design

  2. 2 :  a fabric especially of piqué with small woven figures

Variants of cloque

less commonly

cloqué

Origin and Etymology of cloque

French cloqué, from past participle of cloquer to become blistered, from French dialect (Picard) cloque bell, bubble, from Medieval Latin clocca bell — more at clock


First Known Use: 1936


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