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 (trĭk′ə-tēn′, trē′kə-)
A sturdy worsted fabric with a double twill, used for dresses and suits.

[French, from tricot, tricot; see tricot.]


(ˌtrɪkəˈtiːn; ˌtriː-)
(Textiles) a twill-weave woollen fabric resembling gabardine
[C20: from French; see tricot]
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The attendants wore burgundy empire-waist silk tricotine gowns that featured V-necklines.
Crew designers used dreamy triple-ply silk tricotine and designed a dramatic halter silhouette, offset by a deep-V down the back and a straight skirt that elegantly floats to the floor.
Bridesmaids wore raspberry knee-length silk tricotine dresses and carried hand-tied bouquets of flowers of their choice.