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Search Results for: cotton wool
- fresh, thriving cotton fields of view: good business and prosperous times;
- see plucked: farmers promises prosperity;
- for manufacturers, it promises, with profits of that product;
- for dealers: positive changes are in prospect;
- music: losing money;
- process: learn to experience delusions or other damage;
- cotton bales: predict better times;
- recognize that the demand is increasing, this indicates …
How wool is interpreted depends on the hair of the lamb or sheep, or whether the ball of wool. The lamb’s wool can be indication for fuzzy thoughts and feelings. The dreamer has not created right order in his thinking. Wool generally symbolize a gentle, soft feeling, the yearning for human warmth and tenderness. If you work with wool, which is understood in terms of knitting. According to ancient …
… subtropical plant and is used as textile fiber and thread for sewing.
Cotton is a soft, fluffy staple fiber that grows in a boll, or protective capsule, around the seeds of cotton plants of the genus Gossypium. The fiber is almost pure cellulose. Under natural condition, the cotton balls will tend to increase the dispersion of the seeds.
Synonyms of wad.
noun: bundle, sheaf; plural: bundles, sheaves.
Soft, thick material used to line garments or pack fragile items, esp. absorbent cotton.
Wadding (Batting also known as in the United Kingdom or filler) is a layer of insulation used in quilting between a top layer of patchwork and a bottom layer of backing material. Batting is usually made of cotton, polyester, and/or wool.
Synonyms of wadding.
noun:padding, stuffing, wad; plural: wadding, wads.
… layers by stitches or ties. In most cases, two fabric layers surround a middle layer of batting (cotton, polyester, silk, wool or combinations of fibers) which is a lighter, insulating layer.
Synonyms of quilt
verb: pad, wad, stitch; noun: comforter, coverlet, blanket; plural: comforters, coverlets, blankets; related terms: puff, comfort, bed clothing, bedclothes, bedding, continental quilt, duvet, eiderdown, patchwork quilt, patchwork.
A slightly yellowish gray colour, as that of unbleached wool.
Beige may be described as an off-tan color or an extremely pale brown color.
The term originates from beige cloth, a cotton fabric left undyed in its natural color. It has since come to be used for a range of light tints chosen for their neutral or pale warm appearance.
Synonyms of beige
noun: ecru; related terms: light brown, chromatic.
… is a woman according to the sweet smell and the noble kind of fruit;
The Shrub which grows Cotton denotes a low, not very wealthy man;
The Citrus tree - a rich nobility because of its pleasant aroma and fragrance;
The Pear tree - a brittle and little well-off people;
The Date palm and Cypress – joy and happiness in person’s life.
Everything what you dream of these trees, it is for good or bad, fulfilled for the concerned person.
You will get your earns if …
Explanation & Definition:
A fine cloth made from cotton or linen; cambric.
Batiste is the softest of the lightweight opaque fabrics. It is made of cotton, wool, polyester, or a blend.
Synonyms of batiste
noun: cambric, lawn; plural: cambrics, lawns; related terms: cloth, fabric, textile, material.
… A soft, round, flat-crowned hat, designated a “cap”, usually of woven, hand-knitted wool, crocheted cotton, or wool felt, or acrylic fiber.
Beret like headwear has been worn across Europe since pre-Roman times. Mass production began in 19th century France, Spain and Italy, countries with which it remains associated. Berets are worn as part of the uniform of many military and police units worldwide, as well as by other organizations.
Synonyms of beret
noun: barret, cap; …
… something increasing the funds.
- more or less auspicious: depending on whether it is a ball of wool or cotton.
Explanation & Definition:
To close tightly.
A seal that is applied to formed thin-wall bushings.
Synonyms of clench
verb: clinch, grip, clasp, constrict; related terms: inside clinch, running noose, slip noose, noose, outside clinch, vessel, watercraft.
… hand or machine embroidery.
Synonyms of Yarn
noun: yarns, threads, pack thread, string, cotton, wool, fiber, filament;
… or skirt to help it hang smoothly and to prevent chafing of the skin from coarse fabrics such as wool. Slips are also worn for warmth, and to protect fine fabrics from perspiration. A full slip hangs from the shoulders, usually by means of narrow straps, and extends from the breast to the fashionable skirt length. A half slip hangs from the waist. It may also be called a waist slip or more rarely a petticoat.
Synonyms of slip (clothing).
noun: full slip, waist slip, half slip; plural: …
- In the dream you see tangled ball of wool: you will be confronted with difficult people, you will need lots of patience and if you make it, this will be well paid.
- There isn’t any explanation of dream in Hinduism.
- There isn’t any meaning of dream in Islam.
Explanation & Definition:
Something is twisted together untidily or mattted. Something is …
… been sheared (but before being processed into yarn or thread).
Synonyms of fleece.
… and used to cover a table or floor
Oilcloth was, traditionally, heavy cotton or linen cloth with a linseed oil coating: it was semi-waterproof. The most familiar use was for brightly printed kitchen tablecloths. Dull-colored oilcloth was used for bedrolls, sou’westers, and tents. A fabric or cloth treated on one side with a waterproof covering, especially one made from linseed oil etc.; used for flooring, tablecloths, kitchen shelves and sometimes furniture …
… unit of execution).
Fine cord of a fibrous material, such as cotton or flax, made of two or more filaments twisted together and used in needlework and the weaving of cloth.
Synonyms of thread
verb: string; noun: yarn, string, filament, fibre, fiber; plural: yarns, strings, filaments, fibres, fibers; related terms: yarn, cord, cotton, dental floss, floss, floss, Lastex, ligature, metallic, nap, pile, purl,
suture, tinsel, warp, weft, woof, filling, …
… Cirsium heterophylum, melancholy thistle, Cnicus benedictus, sweet sultan, blessed thistle, cotton thistle, Onopordon acanthium, Onopordum acanthium, Scotch thistle, woolly thistle, golden thistle, weed.
… waistband, a crotch panel to cover the genital area (usually lined with absorbent material such as cotton), a pair of leg openings which, like the waistband, are often made of elastic, and constructed with material that is breathable. Whilst panties were originally designed to cover the entire lower half of the female form, the modern version (since the 1970s) has either no legs or, in some cases, very short ones, and has become progressively more revealing over time.
Synonyms of panties …
… A liturgical vestment of the Christian Church. It has the form of a tunic of white linen or cotton material, with wide or moderately wide sleeves, reaching to the hips or knees. It usually features lace decoration and may have embroidered bordures.
A surplice (Late Latin superpelliceum, from super, “over” and pellis, “fur”) is a liturgical vestment of the Western Christian Church. The surplice is in the form of a tunic of white linen or cotton fabric, …
… by the weight of the iron, and they hold their new shape as they cool. Some fabrics, such as cotton, require the addition of water to loosen the intermolecular bonds. Many modern fabrics (developed in or after the mid-twentieth century) are advertised as needing little or no ironing. Permanent press clothing was developed to reduce the ironing necessary by combining wrinkle-resistant polyester with cotton.
Synonyms of ironing
noun: pressing; plural: pressings; related terms: flat …
… the fibers are stretched and the fabric maintains its new shape when cool. Some materials such as cotton require the use of water to loosen the intermolecular bonds. Many materials developed in the twentieth century are advertised as needing little or no ironing.
Synonyms of iron
adjective: irony, hard, ferrous; verb: press; noun: flatiron; plural: flatirons; related terms: smoothing iron, flatiron, gauffer, gauffering iron, goffering iron, goffer, home appliance, household appliance, …