noun toi·li·net \¦tȯilə¦net\
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Definition of toilinet



  1. :  a fabric with silk or cotton warp and wool weft in use in the 19th century for fancy waistcoats

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Origin and Etymology of toilinet

probably from French toile cloth, linen cloth + English -inet, -inette (as in satinet, satinette) — more at toil

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a trip made at another's expense

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