Definitions for voilevɔɪl
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a light semitransparent fabric
A light, translucent cotton fabric used for making curtains and dresses
Origin: From veil, voile.
Voile is a soft, sheer fabric, usually made of 100% cotton or cotton blends including linen or polyester. The term comes from French, and means veil. Because of its light weight, the fabric is mostly used in soft furnishing. Full-length curtains in hot countries are made with voile and used as window treatments, mosquito nets etc. When used as curtain material they are similar to net curtains. Voiles are available in a range of patterns and colours. Because of their semi-transparent quality, voile curtains are made using specially manufactured heading tape that is less easily noticeable through the fabric. Voile fabric is also used in dress-making, either in multiple layers or laid over a second material. Voile is very similar to chiffon, which is also used in dress-making.
A type of fabric create and designed in various colors, shapes, sizes and styles.
Voile is a beautiful fabric for curtains and is used for a variety of purposes.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
But the animal has no veil. Dogs better treated than Afghan women. (Même l'animal n'a de voile. Chien mieux traité que l'afghane ?)
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