muslin muslin  /ˈməz lən/

Definition(s):

  • (n) plain-woven cotton fabric

Usage(s):

  1. Traditional Japanese futons are thin, muslin-wrapped cushions.
  2. And with guidance from this scientific study, they developed the powered 1903 Flyer, a skeletal flying machine of spruce, ash and muslin, with a wingspan of 40 ft.
  3. Rolls of muslin were dipped in hot wax and honey, wrapped in layers around the prisoner, almost entirely covering him except for his eyes and nose.

News

  • Re-enactors bring Battle of Saratoga back to life VIDEO

    STILLWATER — Muslin tents lined the riverbank alongside field fortifications protecting a cannon poised to fire across the water at advancing British troops, just like it was back in 1777.
    on July 8, 2013     Source: The Saratogian

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Quotes

  1. "No doubt someone that did this was against people, against humanity, definitely against Islam," Karzai said. "A man who calls himself Muslin would not blow up innocent people in the month of Ramadan."
    on Sep 30, 2007 By: Hamid Karzai Source: Trend News Agency

  2. "Toni Muslin is a responsible man. He committed a misdemeanour, not a felony, and has decided to face up to what he had done," defence counsel Christophe Cottet-Bretonnier told reporters in Lyon, the scene of the crime. "He's a solitary...
    on Nov 17, 2009 By: Christophe Source: Independent Online

  3. Addressing the 'terrorists' (read the Muslim/Arab world) directly, Giuliani added: "We are not giving that up, and you (read the Muslin/Arab world) are not going to take it from us!"
    on Apr 26, 2007 By: Rudy Giuliani Source: CounterPunch

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