(also swan's down)
- 1The fine down of a swan, used for trimmings and powder puffs.More example sentences
- Everything about her shimmers and shines, all softened by beautiful white swansdown and feathers.
- On the chest, there is a shaped cloth panel which is decorated with swansdown, rhinestones and mirrors.
- It was a fancy version of the scarf and could be made of swansdown or fur.
- 2A thick cotton fabric with a soft nap on one side, used especially for baby clothes.More example sentences
- The weavers emigrated to the Austrian Low Countries, especially to Mouscron, where production of swansdown was allowed since 1758.
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