Third-person singular simple present indicative form of brocade.(verb)
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Use "brocades" in a sentence
"She was clad in brocades befitting Kings; her breasts were like twin pomegranates, a woven zone set with all kinds of jewels tightly clasped her waist which expanded below into jutting hips; and her hinder cheeks stood out as a mound of crystal185 supporting a silvern shaft."
"Notwithstanding this, many Indian kincobs and dainty gold and coloured silk-weavings of Persian workmanship, both without floating threads, are often called brocades, although in neither is the ornamentation really _broché_ or brocaded."
"Usually only single figures of flame brocades, which is more commonly found in France and Spain, turn up in the UK each autumn."