Definitions for organdyˈɔr gən di

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

or•gan•dyˈɔr gən di(n.)(pl.)-dies.

or or•gan•die

  1. a fine, thin cotton fabric usu. having a crisp finish, used for dresses, curtains, etc.

    Category: Textiles

Origin of organdy:

1825–35; < F organdi, obscurely akin to organsin organzine

Princeton's WordNet

  1. organdy, organdie(noun)

    a sheer stiff muslin


  1. organdy(Noun)

    A fine, transparent fabric made from cotton, and usually stiffened.

  2. Origin: Origin uncertain.


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