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denim

Textiles
1. 
a. a hard-wearing twill-weave cotton fabric used for trousers, work clothes, etc.
b. (as modifier): a denim jacket
2. 
a. a similar lighter fabric used in upholstery
b. (as modifier): denim cushion covers
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denim

[′den·əm]
(textiles)
A sturdy twill-weave cotton fabric having a solid-colored warp and a white filling.
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