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corduroy,

a cut filling-pile fabric with lengthwise ridges, or wales, that may vary from fine (pinwale) to wide. Extra filling yarns float over a number of warp yarns that form either a plain-weave or twill-weave ground. After the fabric is woven the floating yarns are cut, and the pile is brushed and singed to produce a clear cord effect. Originally a cotton fabric, it may also be made of man-made fibers such as rayon, polyester, or acrylic. It is used in the manufacture of trousers, coats, and slip covers.

corduroy

[′kȯrd·ə‚rȯi]
(textiles)
Cotton, rayon, or other fabric with a cut-pile surface of wales; may be either plain or twill weave.

corduroy

a. a heavy cotton pile fabric with lengthways ribs
b. (as modifier): a corduroy coat