stone·washed|\ ˈstōn-ˌwȯsht, -ˌwäsht also -ˌwȯrsht or -ˌwärsht\
Definition of stonewashed
: subjected to a washing process during manufacture that includes the use of abrasive stones especially to create a softer fabricstonewashed denim jeans
Examples of stonewashed in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebThe founders of The Farmhouse Project , artists Shawn Lang and Kris Prepelica in Hortonville, New York, create detailed drawings of vegetables and botanicals, which are printed on stonewashed linen table goods.
Washington Post, 18 Sep. 2019 Played with locked jaw and a terrible haircut by Jared Keeso, the show’s co-creator and writer, Wayne is king of the hicks, a courteous ladykiller in stonewashed jeans.
Helen Rosner, The New Yorker, 7 Aug. 2019 Sofas and easy chairs slipcovered in stonewashed linen surround a cozy fireplace.
Marni Elyse Katz, BostonGlobe.com, 15 June 2018 Ewan McGregor proudly flaunted his stonewashed jeans and new car.
Lydia Price, PEOPLE.com, 30 Mar. 2018
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