Definition of 'tweedy'
Example sentences containing 'tweedy'
Muttering under my breath, I chose a pair of russet trousers, a cream poloneck angora and lambswool jumper and a tweedy jacket.KICK BACK (2002) READY? (2002)
For what Emerald needed to find was a hint, a suspicion of tweedy tailoring in the Paris collections.YELLOW BIRD (2002)
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