wincey

noun
win·​cey | \ ˈwin(t)sē\
variants: or winsey \ -​nzē \
plural -s

Definition of wincey

: a plain or twilled fabric with wool weft and cotton or linen warp that is used especially for warm shirts, skirts, and pajamas

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History and Etymology for wincey

alteration (influenced by the w of linsey-woolsey) of linsey

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