cashmere

[ kazh-meer, kash- ]SEE DEFINITION OF cashmere

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But I wuz in hopes he would get her a cashmere, and told him so, plain.

An' there's cousin Hattie's cashmere shawl, an' Obed's spe'tacles.

She did not wear the conventional black silk or cashmere of a shop-woman.

The goats are grown for their wool in the vale of Cashmere in the Himalaya Mountains.

He went away to Cashmere; he took one of the Christian fathers with him.

Their bodies were piled in a rotting heap at the Cashmere gate.

It is her richest mantle, richer in its hues than the scarfs of Cashmere.

From the Valley of Cashmere to the planet Mars—what a romance!

With it you must have a pair of "fancy" or cashmere trousers.

What did the Bedawîn do with the splendid carpets from the looms of Persia and Cashmere?

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