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stonewashed

Syllabification: stone·washed
Pronunciation: /ˈstōnˌwôSHt
 
, ˈstōnˌwäSHt
 
/
(also stonewash)

Definition of stonewashed in English:

adjective

(Of a garment or fabric, especially denim) washed with abrasives to produce a worn or faded appearance.
Example sentences
  • My partner has warned me that she has seen the return of drop-waisted, bubble and frill skirts, bandanas, stirrup bubblegum jeans, and stonewashed denim.
  • This shirt is made of 7.25 ounce 100% cotton, stonewashed denim.
  • For the evening out, Gabrielle had chosen to wear a white turtleneck sweater and faded blue stonewashed jeans with black boots.

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