Noun(1) artifact made by weaving or felting or knitting or crocheting natural or synthetic fibers
(1) a cloth bag(2) English wool and cloth were exported for profit, and French wine imported for pleasure.(3) wipe clean with a damp cloth(4) The other main form of visual art is silk and cotton woven cloth with elaborate and subtle patterns and colors.(5) And over his shoulder were draped strips of various types of cloth and fabric.(6) She moved to a sitting position, stretching her aching back and neck, before wiping her sweaty face with a damp cloth .(7) Silk fabrics were not, like cotton cloth , the normal wear of the labouring classes.(8) a broad piece of pleated cloth(9) Invert a large saucepan over the saucepan, lightly rub with oil, and wipe clean with a cloth .(10) In modern times, cotton cloth has come to replace cowskins as a means of draping the body.(11) To use, apply a small amount to your wood furniture with a soft cotton cloth and rub it in gently.(12) With a staff of 18, the factory works round the clock, turning out around 10,000 metres of wool cloth a week.(13) The nurse took a wet cloth and began to clean the blood from around his leg.(14) The men also raised cotton and wove it into cloth , robes, blankets, and textiles.(15) The Englishman proceeds to pull out two cloth bank bags, seemingly full of money.(16) If there is any dust on the fan blades, carefully clean it using a slightly damp cloth and cotton wool ear buds.
(1) damp cloth :: ngelaphu elifumileyo
1. fabric ::
2. rag ::
1. laity ::
Different Formscloth, cloths
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