gaberdine

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  • noun

Synonyms for gaberdine

a loose coverall (coat or frock) reaching down to the ankles

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Fabrics being made there using Celanese acetate include woven crepes, taffetas, satins, sheers, gabardines, velvets and laces, and knits such as interlock, ribs, single and double jerseys, jacquards and velours.
It is the direct raincoat company with such bargains as ladies' washable poplins and gents' gabardines from 40 shillings.
The Chelsea Look (1960s): Mary Quant's short thigh skimming mini dresses set six or seven inches above the knee was the look of the decade, made from cotton gabardines with little, white girly collars.
m, famous for using "haute couture" effects on ready-to-wear, presents hip length jackets, mini skirts and cargo trousers in cottons, wool crepes and wool gabardines.
ALMA MATER: Malvern primary, Willoughby Road, Huyton; SMART: Pupils at the school with their shorts and caps; CLEAN UP: Pupils keep Matilda, the school bus, spick and span; ALL SMILES: Staff from the Willoughby Street school in teh 1950s; CLASS ACT: Pupils pose with their teachers 50 years ago; LINE UP: Girls in their felt hats and gabardines