Jouy print


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  • jouy print — zhəˈwē , ˈzhwē noun Usage: usually capitalized J Etymology: Jouy en Josas, France, its original place of manufacture : toile de jouy * * * /zhwee/. See toile de Jouy …   Useful english dictionary

  • Jouy print — noun see toile de jouy * * * /zhwee/. See toile de Jouy …   Useful english dictionary

  • toile de jouy — |twäldəzh|wē noun (plural toiles de jouy “) Usage: usually capitalized J Etymology: French, literally, cloth of Jouy, from Jouy en Josar, Seine et Oise dept., France : an upholstery and drapery fabric usually made of cotton or linen and printed… …   Useful english dictionary

  • toile de Jouy — Fr. /twannl deuh zhwee / a cotton or linen fabric characterized by monochromatic prints on a light background. Also called Jouy print. [1915 20; < F: lit., cloth of Jouy( en Josas), France] * * * ▪ fabric (French: “fabric of Jouy”),also called… …   Universalium

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