A thick, golden-brown viscous solution of cellulose xanthate, used in the manufacture of rayon and cellophane.(noun)
Of, relating to, or made from viscose.(adjective)
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Use "viscose" in a sentence
"Sometimes the terms viscose and rayon are used interchangeably, although they are created by slightly different methods."
"Of the 'viscose' product we have a more intimate knowledge, and it certainly reaches a higher general standard than the older and now well-known artificial silks."
"It’s made out of a durable fabric, something called viscose, so that it won’t fall apart like the average kitchen sponge."