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
But these are kicks that will mellow out a tweed suit, or make your raggedy gym clothes look a little more intentional.
Wools, tweeds, tartans, and merino knits make up the majority of the men's, women's, and unisex pieces—all ideal for fall and winter wardrobes.
The line brings Anderson’s penchant for traditional British prints and staples (think plaid puffers, tweed coats, and Fair Isle sweaters) with Uniqlo’s signature materials and fabrications (from its extra fine merino to its HeatTech technology).
From showing her love of nature by hugging a tree to her exaggerated twirling, the mother of three gave her best angles to show off her matching tweed coat and skirt.
Mini-dresses in tweed, retro bateau collars and bows under the bust mixed in a dash of the 1960s.
While a tweed exterior is probably good for hand washing, its nylon lining might not be.
Signature tweed jackets were reimagined as long tunics, or cropped and double-breasted.
Chanel – Chanel decided to once more look back into their heritage, with an array of boxy, classic suits and hats in their iconic tweed.
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Origin and Etymology of tweed
First Known Use: 1841See Words from the same year
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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)
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