Examples of corduroy in a Sentence
a jacket made of corduroy
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The shoes’ napped texture plays well off corduroy, and both styles of footwear offer more versatility than the sort of shock-white boots Alice Cooper wore when accessorizing his arena-rock costumes with snakes.
Lastly, keep an eye out for rich textured fabrics like suede, corduroy, wool, and throw in a few accessories too.
United States These improvisations—named after Gee’s Bend, the Alabama community from which most originated—use household remnants including corduroy and denim; many hang in museums.
Like any suit worth your money, Prada's take on this season's essential corduroy can be worn together or broken apart.
This weekend, Armie Hammer and Benedict Cumberbatch both showed up to the Toronto International Film Festival in what looks an awful lot like the same gray corduroy suit and gray T-shirt.
The button down top and matching wide leg pants are a casual silhouette but feel super luxurious and elegant in deep navy and velvet corduroy.
The star of one of the year’s most moving love stories, in plaids and corduroy with an urban flair.
Those searching for a more modest take on the fabric should look to Mulberry, which showed a maxi skirt in corduroy.
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Origin and Etymology of corduroy
First Known Use: circa 1791See Words from the same year
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