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plis·sé

also plis·se  (plĭ-sā′)
n.
1. A puckered finish given to fabric by treating it with a caustic soda.
2. Fabric having such a finish.

[French, from past participle of plisser, to pleat, from Old French, from pli, fold, from plier, to fold, from Latin plicāre; see plek- in Indo-European roots.]

plissé

(ˈpliːseɪ; ˈplɪs-)
n
1. (Textiles) fabric with a wrinkled finish, achieved by treatment involving caustic soda: cotton plissé.
2. (Textiles) such a finish on a fabric
[French plissé pleated, from plisser to pleat; see ply2]

plis•sé

or plis•se

(pliˈseɪ, plɪ-)

n.
1. a textile finish characterized by a puckered or blistered effect, produced by chemical treatment.
2. a usu. lightweight fabric having this finish.
[1870–75; < French plissé, n. use of past participle of plisser to pleat; see ply2]
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This act of choosing from a collection of saris not only symbolizes Bimala/Subhadra's dissatisfaction with her current life, it allegorically represents the different masks a writer wears behind the narrators and characters of a story: "The sari," writes Devi," is a thread you could follow, an Ariadne's thread that rolls itself up, folds, submits and unrolls again, leading straight to the heart of the labyrinth" (51) ("Le sari est un fil que l'on pourrait suivre, un fil d'Ariane qui s'enroule, se plisse, s'assujettit et se deroule, et qui mene droit au cAEur du labyrinthe" [67]).
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Apres quoi Algernon le plisse avee precaution dans une pochette de papier cristal et donne fibre sours a sa joie.
3]ture la presentation dans une maxirobe en mousseline de soie fuchsia fonce, le buste entiE rement plisse et rebrode defleurs en pierreries.
In a show of blatant, unadulterated excess in modern elegant design, the Rosette hanging lamp with adjustable mounting, features a gleaming metal lamp shade with floral plisse design and show-stopping glass tassels," he said.
Models sashayed down the ramp wearing attires made up of fabrics like cotton, muslin, voile, handlooms, linen, jersey, plisse and lace.