piece-dye

verb
\ ˈpēs-ˌdī \
piece-dyed; piece-dying; piece-dyes

Definition of piece-dye

transitive verb

: to dye after weaving or knitting

First Known Use of piece-dye

1810, in the meaning defined above

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