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Definition of Chambray

Chambray
Chambray Cham"bray, n. [From Cambrai, France. Cf. Cambric.] A gingham woven in plain colors with linen finish.

Meaning of Chambray from wikipedia

- Chambray is a commune in the Eure department of northern France, 13 km northeast of Évreux on the north bank of the river Eure. The Château de Chambray...
- fabrics, as well. Chambray is the same type of fabric, with a coloured (often blue or grey) warp and white filling; the name "chambray" replaced "cambric"...
- Fort Chambray or Fort Chambrai (Maltese: Forti Xambrè) is a bastioned fort located in the precincts of Għajnsielem, on the island of Gozo, Malta. It was...
- Chambray Touraine Handball is the name of a French handball club from Chambray-lès-Tours. This team currently competes in the French Women's Handball First...
- Chambray-lès-Tours (French pronunciation: ​[ʃɑ̃bʁɛ lɛ tuʁ], literally Chambray near Tours) is a commune in the Indre-et-Loire department, central France...
- The phrase stems from the image of manual workers wearing blue denim or chambray shirts as part of their uniforms. Industrial and manual workers often wear...
- construction of Fort Chambray, which was named after him. De Chambray was born in Évreux, the son of Baron Nicolas de Chambray and his wife Anne née...
- Roland Fréart, sieur de Chambray (13 July 1606 – 11 December 1676) was a French writer, collector, and a theorist of architecture and the arts. Though...
- with its sharp steeple and underlying niche of Our Lady of Lourdes, Fort Chambray and the towering of Ghajnsielem Parish Church. The Latin motto of Ghajnsielem...
-  209. Wilson 1860, p. 177. Chambray 1823, p. 12. Wilson 1860, p. 305. Wilson 1860, p. 213. Tolstoy 1949, p. 587. Chambray, George de (1823). Histoire...