shalloon

shal·loon

 (shə-lo͞on′, shă-)
n.
A lightweight wool or worsted twill fabric, used chiefly for coat linings.

[French chalon, after Châlons.]

shalloon

(ʃæˈluːn)
n
(Textiles) a light twill-weave woollen fabric used chiefly for coat linings, etc
[C17: from Old French chalon, from the name of Châlons-sur-Marne, France, where it originated]

shal•loon

(ʃæˈlun)

n.
a light, twilled woolen fabric used chiefly for linings.
[1655–65; < French chalon, after Châlons-sur-Marne, where made]
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
SHALLOON A Type of boat B Light woollen material C Superficial who am I?
Admittedly, she hurdled neatly down the far side and was able to hold a prominent position against the likes of Fire Fighter, Black Pond, Edgware Road and Shalloon, but those four have all been beaten since and ultimately Miss Brownes Fancy couldn't be sighted from the third-last.
Mark Johnston can strike an across-the-card double with Shalloon in the Weatherbys Bloodstock Insurance Handicap at Epsom (6.
Mark Johnston''s Shalloon made a pleasing enough debut recently at Hamilton and nominal improvement should see him win the SIS Live Maiden Stakes.
DE SOUSA PULLS ONE BACK Silvestre de Sousa's title hopes seem to be slipping away, but he pulled one back on Paul Hanagan and Kieren Fallon when Shalloon won the 1m2f handicap, the last race of Sandown's Flat season.
Mark Johnston can strike an across-the-card double with Shalloon in the Weatherbys Bloodstock Insurance Handicap at Epsom and Ampleforth in Southwell's Ladies Day 14 August At Southwell Maiden Stakes.
Johnston's newcomer Shalloon will not have to be that good to win the Patersons of Greenoakhill Open Maiden Stakes at Hamilton (8.
Mark Johnston's Shalloon made a pleasing enough debut at Hamilton and improvement should see him win the SIS Live Maiden Stakes.
Callan later added a third winner when partnering Shalloon in the 1m maiden for Mark Johnston.