satinette


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Synonyms for satinette

a fabric with a finish resembling satin but made partly or wholly from cotton or synthetic fiber

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Satinette (Gr3), Brandon Magic, Silk Pyjamas and Blue Patrol (all Gr3-placed).
Finally come sons of high-class fillies Satinette (617, by Mujadil) and Cockney Lass (447, by Shadeed).
A Royal Academy colt out of 1983 May Hill Stakes winner Satinette (lot 255) was the pick of the two-year-olds who had missed the Breeze-Up Sale on Thursday and Friday.
Then, from Blue Bell Stables in Co Kildare, comes a bay colt from the first crop by Missed Flight (162), whose grand-dam is a half-sister to Satinette.
When we consider the weavers' mental illnesses we should also bear in mind that many of the materials produced in the factories in Norwich in the decades before the Industrial Revolution began--silk brocades and watered tabinets, satins and satinettes, camblets and cheveretts, prunelles, callimancoes and Florentines, diamantines and grenadines, blondines, bombazines, belle-isles and martiniques--were of a truly fabulous variety, and of an iridescent, quite indescribable beauty as if they had been produced by Nature itself, like the plumage of birds.