Examples of tartan in a Sentence
a kilt in the clan's tartan
Recent Examples of tartan from the Web
Special tartan cloth has been integrated into the white leather seats, which resemble those seen in the Huayra BC, as well as on the door panels.
Styles chose a white and red tartan suit with a white button down shirt, leaving the top few buttons undone to expose his cross necklace.
The singer, whose debut solo album just released today, promoted his new record at BBC Radio 1 this morning wearing heeled Gucci loafers with his pink and white tartan Vivienne Westwood suit.
But the garment itself, measured and manufactured in Fort Worth using tartan shipped in from Scotland, is one of a kind.
A ceremony to bless the tartans and the families represented by the cloth follows a brief homily.
The department store and jacket brand teamed up to create a limited run of the classic G9 Harrington jacket in two styles—one lined with leopard print, the other with tartan.
The table centerpieces also followed the theme with vases of sunflowers set on Scottish tartan mats.
ORDER THE: Café crème; pour-over; hot chocolate; house-baked bread with Beillevaire butter; tartan of the day.
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Origin and Etymology of tartan
First Known Use: circa 1500See Words from the same year
TARTAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tartan for English Language Learners
: a traditional Scottish cloth pattern of stripes in different colors and widths that cross each other to form squares
: fabric with a tartan pattern
TARTAN Defined for Kids
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