A special loom or the method employed in the weaving of a figured fabric.(noun)
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Use "jacquard" in a sentence
"Anna who by the way, was NOT wearing her signature sunglasses was wearing a slightly colorful jacquard sweater, cream-colored pleated skirt, and knee-high tan suede boots with buttons all the way up."
"It was all there: Tailed pantsuits in mesmerizing jacquard, sculptural sheath dresses entirely made from monarch butterflies, or feathers that gleamed darkly like spilled oil or woven chaffs of wheat that appeared to be one with the models 'woven hairstyles."
"Backless vests in leopard-embossed jacquard fastened around the neck and across the back with stud-encrusted straps in black leather."