kraft

noun, often attributive
\ ˈkräft How to pronounce kraft (audio) , ˈkraft How to pronounce kraft (audio) \

Definition of kraft

: a strong paper or cardboard made from wood pulp produced from wood chips boiled in an alkaline solution containing sodium sulfate

Examples of kraft in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Start with a roll of white kraft paper along with markers, crayons, and/or paints—you'll be shocked at how much fun your kiddos can have with just the basics! 49. Amanda Tarlton, USA TODAY, "50 things to make staying home easier while social distancing," 17 Mar. 2020 These cards are printed on cotton paper, and include a kraft envelope. 2. Fox News, "11 wacky non-edible gifts for foodies," 22 Dec. 2015 Yard waste must be placed in a 30-gallon kraft paper bag and not exceed 60 pounds, according to the release. Staff Report, Aurora Beacon-News, "Aurora spring yard waste collection extended by a week," 6 Apr. 2018 Yard waste must be placed in a 30-gallon kraft paper bag and not exceed 60 pounds. Staff Report, Aurora Beacon-News, "Yard waste collection begins soon in Aurora," 15 Mar. 2018 At an art or office supply store, find rolls of butcher paper, newsprint, or kraft paper — what brown shopping bags are made of. Cathy Rubin, Philly.com, "Ask Jennifer Adams: last-minute gift wrapping ideas," 14 Dec. 2017 Napkins: for a similar look, try the Grate Napkin Set in Begonia; westelm.com. Red-and-white paper, brown kraft paper, and gift tags: michaels.com. Southern Living, "Source Guide - July 2013," 11 June 2013 Set the coat-hook bases flat on the kraft paper in another area. Brett Bara, ELLE Decor, "The Hang of It," 5 July 2012 Red-and-white paper, brown kraft paper, and gift tags: michaels.com. Southern Living, "Source Guide - July 2013," 1 July 2013

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First Known Use of kraft

1906, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for kraft

German, literally, strength, from Old High German — more at craft

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“Kraft.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/kraft. Accessed 5 Jul. 2020.

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