A coarse, rugged, often nubby woolen fabric made in any of various twill weaves and used chiefly for casual suits and coats.(noun)
Clothing made of this fabric.(noun)
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Use "tweed" in a sentence
"It was a typical 1970s and 1980s detective show, with a detective tracking down balding white men in tweed suits."
"I think you need a devoted nounou and one of those lovely well-behaved children that walk calmly around the Park Monceau in tweed Bondpoint outfits practising their times tables (rather than my semi-feral brood) to be worthy of it .."
"Come to think of it, which pro sports commissioner would you consider most likely to show up in tweed?"