rickrack


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rick·rack

 (rĭk′răk′)
n.
A flat narrow braid woven in zigzag form, used as a trimming for clothing or curtains.

[Reduplication of rack.]

rickrack

(ˈrɪkˌræk) or

ricrac

n
(Textiles) a zigzag braid used for trimming
[C20: dissimilated reduplication of rack1]

rick•rack

or ric•rac

(ˈrɪkˌræk)

n.
a narrow zigzag braid or ribbon used as a trim.
[1880–85, Amer.; gradational reduplication of rack1]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rickrack - a narrow zigzag ribbon used as trimming
passementerie, trim, trimming - a decoration or adornment on a garment; "the trimming on a hat"; "the trim on a shirt"
Translations

rickrack

n no pl (US) → Zickzackbordüre f
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* On the pillow-top right side, align one rickrack edge with the 1/4" line, placing the rickrack to the inside of the line.
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Right below it, a tiny collar in white with pink rickrack, a pearl button.
His shirt like a second skin; the rickrack trim of her dress fraying where it rubs under her arm.
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From patchwork to embroidery and using rickrack, this offers keys to applying full-sized applique patterns to projects at all skills levels, and creates an outstanding collection perfect for those who want new designs based on old ideas.