Definition of sarsenet. Meaning of sarsenet. Synonyms of sarsenet

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Definition of sarsenet

sarsenet
Sarcenet Sarce"net, n. [OF. sarcenet; cf. LL. saracenicum cloth made by Saracens. See Saracen.] A species of fine thin silk fabric, used for linings, etc. [Written also sarsenet.] Thou green sarcenet flap for a sore eye. --Shak.
Sarsenet
Sarsenet Sarse"net, n. See Sarcenet.

Meaning of sarsenet from wikipedia

- bed included 97 yards (89 m) of purple damask and 103 yards (94 m) of s****net (fine silk) trimmed with gold lace. When the ****ure Queen Victoria visited...
- is worn. At state funerals, they would wear a wide sash of black silk s****net over their tabards (in ancient times, they would have worn long black hooded...
- of the sleeves 12 'scaplers' of crimson satin cut and edged with yellow s****net with leaves about the colour of green satin. 12 hats to the same of the...
- 1647 she wrote to a London merchant Augustine Crofts for blue watchett s****net to make bed curtains and for powdered bezoar stone. Anne Burton also asked...
- and petticoat, with a large hoop, a white fan in her hand, and a white s****net hood on her head, according to the fashion of the times. When she came...
- Persia, Pat Murphy and later Professor Bunn in The Emerald Isle and Mons. S****net in Bob, a curtain raiser that pla**** with H.M.S. Pinafore. After the touring...
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