Recent Examples of pashmina from the Web
From soft flannel coats in Union Square to dramatic, draped cashmere in the Marina to scores of oversize trenches, scarves and pashminas (a perennial in our microclimates) in every neighborhood, Style has observed the trend across the city.
The Ottoamano shop brings you a great assortment of pashminas from all over Turkey—
A seven-year-old was offered a pashmina from a humidor.
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Origin and Etymology of pashmina
First Known Use: 1850See Words from the same year
PASHMINA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pashmina for English Language Learners
: a kind of fine, soft wool from Asia
: a long piece of clothing made from pashmina and worn around a woman's neck
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