A plain or twilled woolen cloth used for suits.(noun)
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Use "cassimere" in a sentence
"Your trousers too, which you have made of fustian, of cassimere, of Scotch plaid, of jane, nankeen, and woollen broadcloth, are they not manifold?"
"She wore a wrapper of lavender cassimere to-day, elaborately trimmed with lace and knots of pink ribbon."
"Sometimes the style of finish called for is that approaching a threadbare cassimere, and in this case great care is necessary to prevent the blades from cutting the yarn."