- ALAMODEA plain weave, light-weight silk fabric used for ladies' scarves, etc., usually dyed black and finished with a glossy soft finish. Originally French production, but introduced into England in 1685 by the French emigrants.
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Alamode — Al a*mode , adv. & a. [F. [ a] la mode after the fashion.] According to the fashion or prevailing mode. Alamode beef shops. Macaulay. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Alamode — Al a*mode , n. A thin, black silk for hoods, scarfs, etc.; often called simply mode. Buchanan. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
alamode — /al euh mohd /, n. 1. a lightweight, glossy silk fabric used in the manufacture of scarfs, hoods, etc. 2. See à la mode. * * * … Universalium
alamode — noun a lustrous silk fabric used for headscarves … Wiktionary
alamode — adj. avant garde, contemporary, fashionable, according to current styles of fashion; served with ice cream on the side (i.e. with cake or pie) … English contemporary dictionary
alamode — ala·mode … English syllables
alamode — n. soft, light silk, used in 19th century for shawls, dresses, etc … Dictionary of difficult words
alamode — noun ( s) : a thin glossy silk fabric (as for hoods and scarfs) * * * /al euh mohd /, n. 1. a lightweight, glossy silk fabric used in the manufacture of scarfs, hoods, etc. 2. See à la mode. * * * alˈamode noun A light glossy silk • • • … Useful english dictionary
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