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textile (n.)

1620s, from Latin textilis "a web, canvas, woven fabric, cloth, something woven," noun use of textilis "woven, wrought," from texere "to weave," from PIE root *teks- "to weave," also "to fabricate." As an adjective from 1650s.

updated on April 19, 2017

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Definitions of textile from WordNet
1
textile (n.)
artifact made by weaving or felting or knitting or crocheting natural or synthetic fibers;
Synonyms: fabric / cloth / material
2
textile (adj.)
of or relating to fabrics or fabric making;
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