Any of several synthetic textile fibers produced by forcing a cellulose solution through fine spinnerets and solidifying the resulting filaments.(noun)
A fabric so woven or knit.(noun)
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Use "rayon" in a sentence
"Also known to many designers as “art silk,” rayon is a semi-synthetic fabric that is a great alternative to silk."
"The one major drawback of rayon is that it will wrinkle so it is better to use it on a surface that won’t have a lot of people lounging on it."
"The same shallow thinking can be applied to rayon, which is a generic term for nearly any natural cellulose fiber that's processed to make fabrics."