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kawr duh raw i

  • n  a cut pile fabric with vertical ribs; usually made of cotton
  • n  a road made of logs laid crosswise
  • v  build (a road) from logs laid side by side

  • FOLK SINGERS There he stands, and who can believe him? Black corduroy cap, green corduroy shirt, blue corduroy pants.
  • In Seoul last week, the latest fashion was a drab corduroy suit, and the new word was austerity.
  • The line includes graphic rugby shirts ($62), right, toggle coats, button-down shirts, and corduroy jackets.

  • Woody Allen in The Kingston Whig-Standard
    Over the last five years I have come to realise how enjoyable it is to write a daily serial novel for a newspaper. I am particularly pleased to be starting a new one for the Telegraph website. Corduroy Mansions will be written as it is published,... Alexander McCall Smith Sep 12, 2008 22387 29961 corduroy It looks good," Allen says, beaming. "I've got my sports jacket on, corduroy trousers. I have a photograph of it at home with two feet of snow piled on my head."
  • Gordie Howe in Ottawa Citizen
    I've still got the original, it's corduroy,Howe said. "It still fits. This one is leather, it's probably worth more than what I got paid the first year."

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