(Anatomy) A long ropelike structure, such as a nerve or tendon:
A synthetic fiber made from vinyl chloride and acrylonitrile
A thin, durable, slightly crinkled fabric, used for women's dresses, blouses, etc.
A synthetic fabric resistant to stains, wrinkles, etc. and textured like silk, satin, jersey, etc.
An often bright-green woolen or cotton material napped to imitate felt and used chiefly as a cover for gaming tables.
A printed and glazed cotton fabric, usually of bright colors.
A yarn-dyed cotton or cotton blend fabric usually woven in checks, plaids, or stripes.
An article of clothing made of this
A coarse linen or cotton cloth with a rough surface, used for toweling
A soft cotton fabric of fine quality
A brightly colored cotton fabric with a checked or striped pattern.
A thin, stiff net woven in a hexagonal pattern and used in dressmaking.
A thin, meshlike fabric used for curtains, dresses, etc.
A thin, soft, lustrous twilled silk cloth
A thin, stiff fabric of rayon, silk, etc., used for bridal gowns, as underlining for sheer fabrics, etc.
A fabric of many varieties, usually made of silk and worsted, -- used especially for women's dresses.
A fine soft silk cloth.
A light, crinkled fabric of linen, cotton, etc., usually with a striped pattern
A similar fabric of rayon, acetate, cotton, etc.
A pattern in knitting in which the right side of the fabric shows knit stitches and the wrong side shows purl stitches.
Tanned leather of calf, kid, cowhide, etc., with the flesh side buffed into a nap
A sturdy worsted fabric with a double twill, used for dresses and suits.
(Rare) Velvet or a fabric like velvet
Find another word for corduroy. In this page you can discover 65 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for corduroy, like: corduroyed, nankeen, gabardine, terylene, cord, rugging, aralac, avisco, celanese, dynel and georgette.