mockado


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mockado

(mɒkˈɑːdəʊ)
n
(Textiles) a material that is similar to velvet
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The designer-friendly Mockado line has 70 percent SmartStrand with the balance in wool.
I had often wondered what kind of fabrics the first Elizabethans favoured and an answer is given, they admired taffetas, mockado (lovely word - it meant woollen velvet), velvets, "Ghentish carpets", hair and silk tapestry.