ruche[ roosh ]SEE DEFINITION OF ruche
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RUCHE
Steering southwards, they passed the mouth of the Ruche river.
The opening is rounded; the edge is trimmed with a ruche, like the body.
This ruche is continued on the waist, and meets at the bottom of the point.
A ruche of moss roses at the hem of the skirt and on the bodice.
The bottom of the body is trimmed with a ruche, composed of small white ribbons mixed with others.
The work-bag is trimmed on the outside with a ruche of blue satin ribbon seven-eighths of an inch wide.
There was not a flower or ruche or frill or furbelow or bow about her dress of which he did not make a mental inventory.
This saved me time enough to go to the Delano Mansion, restore my strength with food, and put on my cap and ruche.
The ruche was also adopted by chancellors, notaries and scribes as their official mark.
The basket is ornamented with ruches of red worsted braid; between two box pleats of the ruche a black bugle is fastened.
"frill," 1827, from French ruche, literally "beehive" (13c.), of Celtic origin (cf. Breton rusken), from Proto-Celtic *rusca "bark." Related: Ruched; ruching.