Definition of broadloom in English:

broadloom

Line breaks: broad|loom
Pronunciation: /ˈbrɔːdluːm
 
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noun

[mass noun]
Carpet woven in wide widths: wall-to-wall broadloom
More example sentences
  • When rugs are cut from broadloom carpeting, you can specify any size or shape you want.
  • Tufted broadloom carpeting and wool area rugs give the Idea House interior a warm, casually elegant air.
  • Choose broadloom carpet if a plush, cushy feeling underfoot is important to creating the desired image.

Derivatives

broadloomed

adjective
More example sentences
  • The room was large, broadloomed, with lots of hanging plants, split bamboo blinds, and cushions.
  • At the back is the terrific, large broadloomed master bedroom, complete with large wall-to-wall closets and a fabulous 4-piece ensuite bath.
  • One visitor asked, ‘I live in a tiny rowhouse and it is currently broadloomed throughout and I am wanting to install hardwood.’

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