cottonade

noun
cot·ton·ade | \ ˌkätᵊnˈād \
plural -s

Definition of cottonade 

: a heavy coarse twilled cotton fabric made to resemble woolen fabric and used for work clothes

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History and Etymology for cottonade

French cotonnade, from coton cotton (from Middle French) + -ade

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