A light thin fabric, generally cotton or rayon, with a crinkled surface and a usually striped pattern.(noun)
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Use "seersucker" in a sentence
"By the way, do you know the derivation of the word seersucker?"
"It’s a whole feature in the American Express magazine Departures about how cool seersucker is this season."
"Chemically produced plisse is less permanent than real seersucker, which is produced by weaving."