Definition of 'taffeta'
Example sentences containing 'taffeta'
Then, while Clara cowered in the flowered taffeta corner of a sofa, terrified of her son and horrified by his life, he told them.DANSVILLE (2002)
Their dresses were pastel colours, with tulle, net, taffeta and nasty fake versions of all three, ruched and low cut.LOOKING FOR ANDREW MCCARTHY (2002)
There were opulent-looking couples standing around sipping wine, the men in light silk jackets, the women in lace and taffeta.DESPERADOES (2002)
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