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donegal 1

Pronunciation: /ˈdäniɡəl/ /-ˌɡôl/
(also Donegal tweed)

noun

A tweed characterized by bright flecks randomly distributed on a background usually of light gray, originally woven in County Donegal, northwestern Ireland.
Example sentences
  • Men's classic suiting is coming out in patterns such as houndstooth, herringbone, glen plaid, tartan, pinstripes and Donegal tweed.
  • Irish fashion designers have always had a soft spot for Donegal tweed.
  • He was wearing a pair of dark grey trousers, a Donegal tweed jacket and a red, white and blue striped shirt.

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Syllabification: don·e·gal

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There are 2 main definitions of donegal in English:

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Donegal 2

Pronunciation: /ˈdäniɡəl/
A county in extreme northwestern Republic of Ireland, part of the old province of Ulster; capital, Lifford.

Words that rhyme with Donegal

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Syllabification: Don·e·gal

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