A cloth, especially one manufactured by weaving or knitting; a fabric. (noun)
Fiber or yarn for weaving or knitting into cloth. (noun)
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Use "textile" in a sentence
"HOLLINGS: Not only high-tech, important jobs, what you call a textile job."
"I'm much more comfortable wallowing around the bush in textile I don't have to protect."
"I don't know whether the producers coerced him or not (more on this later), but Mondo tells us the story: The textile is based on a plus sign that represents his HIV positive status."