damassé

noun
da·​mas·​sé | \ ˌdaməˈsā\
plural -s

Definition of damassé

 (Entry 1 of 2)

: a damassé fabric especially of linen

damassé

adjective

Definition of damassé (Entry 2 of 2)

: woven like damask

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History and Etymology for damassé

Noun

French, adjective & noun, from past participle of damasser to damask (weave) from Middle French, from damas damask, from Old French, from Damas Damascus, from Latin Damascus

Adjective

French

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