bengaline /ˈbɛŋɡəliːn/


I. noun [ mass noun]

1. a strong ribbed fabric made of a mixture of silk and either cotton or wool.
– origin late 19th cent.: from French, so named because of a similarity with archaic Bengals denoting fabrics, usually silks, imported from Bengal.

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