Thesaurus / cashmere
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He was dressed rather gorgeously in a cashmere tunic, gold-bedecked belt, trousers, high boots and turban.

At the Court of the AmrJohn Alfred Gray

The elder ladies wore gorgeous Cashmere shawls thrown over their heads and shoulders, and most of them wore diamond ornaments.

This pattern is worked in French embroidery and point Russe, with coloured purse silk on silk or cashmere.

The Cashmere gate was blown open by gunpowder; one column pushed through the gateway, whilst the others escaladed the breaches.

India Under British RuleJames Talboys Wheeler

If they refused to use machinery, they would have to spin cotton by hand like the poor inhabitants of Cashmere.

Political economyW. Stanley Jevons

The Sultana did not seem angry, for she ordered to be brought for me a present of Cashmere shawls, embroidery, and furs.

At the Court of the AmrJohn Alfred Gray

In Cashmere the government obtains from these nuts £12,000 of annual revenue.

Tired of an idle life, he says, we laid plans for an attack on Cashmere.

From Cashmere to Travancore the millions whispered the news to each other with fierce if secret exultation.

She would go into ecstasies on breathing in the patchouli and vetiver used for Cashmere shawls.

My Private MenagerieTheophile Gautier

WORDS RELATED TO CASHMERE

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.