tulle

[ tool; French tyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF tulle
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Mon Dieu, what a beauty it gives you, and that placing of the tulle is ravissant.

The line of contact should always be softened by an edge of lace, tulle, or ruching.

Tulle, chiffon, net and silk georgette are the most popular materials.

I'd seen a lovely piece of tulle that morning, when we stopped in the Emporium.

Her tulle veil was held by a bandeau of lilies of the valley.

Gown of pink satin, veiled with tulle and flecked with rose buds.

She looked up; her white fingers trembled in the tulle of her gown.

I scanned the shapeless mass of linen or tulle or whatever it was on her lap.

I received a call from the Bishop of Tulle for the same office.

From time to time Karadeucq went at night to visit the mother of his son at Tulle.

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