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Use "ginghams" in a sentence
"Nevertheless, I learnt that the French were extremely partial to British manufactures: and cotton stockings, coloured muslins, and what are called ginghams, are coveted by them with the same fondness as we prize their cambric and their lace."
"The combination of warpway and weftway stripes to produce chequered patterns, such as ginghams, is a little more difficult."
"They paired once-unmixable patterns, piling ginghams on polka dots on top of stripes and checks."