Definitions for kerseyˈkɜr zi
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a heavy, fulled woolen overcoating similar to melton.
a coarse, twilled woolen cloth sometimes made with a cotton warp and used for work clothes.
a garment made of kersey.
Origin of kersey:
1400–50; perh. after Kersey, in Suffolk
A type of rough woollen cloth.
Origin: Perhaps from the village of Kersey, Suffolk.
a kind of coarse, woolen cloth, usually ribbed, woven from wool of long staple