A fine, often starched net of silk, rayon, or nylon, used especially for veils, tutus, or gowns.(noun)
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Use "tulle" in a sentence
"But the tulle is not that of fairyland; it is more like the “white samite, mystic, wonderful” of King Arthur [sic]."
"I say hair, but really I mean tulle, which is pretending to be hair."
"Conjunctivitis has also been recorded from wearing of "tulle" dresses."