See also: Damassé

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from French damassé, past participle of damasser ‎(to make (like) damask), from damas ‎(damask).

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NounEdit

damassé ‎(plural damassés)

  1. A fabric which is woven figured like damask

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from French damassé, past participle of damasser ‎(to make (like) damask), from damas ‎(damask).

NounEdit

damassé n ‎(plural damassés, diminutive damassétje n)

  1. The fabric damassé, which is woven figured like damask

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FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

Past participle of damasser ‎(to make (like) damask), from damas ‎(damask), from the Syrian city Damas ‎(Damascus).

VerbEdit

damassé m ‎(feminine singular damassée, masculine plural damassés, feminine plural damassées)

  1. past participle of damasser

NounEdit

damassé m ‎(plural damassés)

  1. The fabric damassé, which is woven figured like damask

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