Definition of plumetis
: a fine lightweight dress fabric of cotton, wool, or rayon that is woven with raised dots or figures on a plain background producing a feathery or embroidered effect
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Origin and Etymology of plumetis
French, from Middle French, hand embroidery, probably from plumete small feather
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