chenille chenille


  1. (n) a soft tufted cord used in embroidery
  2. (n) a heavy fabric woven with chenille cord; used in rugs and bedspreads


  1. Douglas limps through the slush of a Pittsburgh winter, dressed in his former wife's pink chenille bathrobe.
  2. In the South manufacturers of chenille bath mats started making full-scale cotton rugs with fast tufting machines in which 730 huge needles did the work of the old-fashioned looms.
  3. He helped conceive the design, which with its chenille banquettes and straw-flecked walls looks like a cross between a Paris bistro and a Japanese teahouse.


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    Even before the show began, Kris Jenner was teasing fans. One hour before airtime, a photo went up on "The Kris Jenner Show" Facebook page featuring of the host holding a dark-haired baby in a chenille blanket that looked suspiciously … Continue reading ?
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