Definition of coutil
: a firm durable cotton or cotton and rayon fabric that is usually woven in herringbone twill and is used especially for foundation garments and suitings
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Origin and Etymology of coutil
French, from Old French, smooth tightly woven cloth used for covering mattresses, from coute quilt, mattress
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