Examples of tweed in a Sentence
a skirt made of tweed
The elderly professor was always seen in his tweeds.
Recent Examples of tweed from the Web
At Chanel’s spring 2018 show, the models accessorized tweed suiting and lace evening wear with see-through PVC boots, bags and bucket hats.
At his 2019 Cruise show on May 8 in Paris, Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld showed white pantyhose with the house's famous tweeds.
Getty Images Still, the Duchess of Cambridge kept it modest by covering up with a Joseph tweed jacket, while Meghan opted for sheer details on her own dress.
Her matching hat was made from the same silk tweed, which was designed by Angela Kelly.
The Queen greeted the crowd in this colorful dress paired with a matching Angela Kelly hat, made using the same lime silk tweed topped with a purple sinamay adorned with handmade lace crystals and pearls made by Lucy Price.
Word travels fast on the Isle of Lewis, population 21,000, a blustery Scottish outcrop which has traditionally churned out tweed and hardy evangelical Christians.
Bella Hadid hit the runway in a blue two-piece set accessorized with a tweed beret and pearl belt.
Many hotels use suede, velvet, tapestry or tweed since their weight helps block light and keep heat in.
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TWEED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tweed for English Language Learners
: a rough, woolen cloth that is woven with different colored threads
tweeds : tweed clothing (such as a suit)
TWEED Defined for Kids
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