Definition of kersey in English:

kersey

Syllabification: ker·sey
Pronunciation: /ˈkərzē
 
/

noun

A kind of coarse, ribbed cloth with a short nap, woven from short-stapled wool.

Origin

late Middle English: probably from Kersey, a town in Suffolk, England, where woolen cloth was made.

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