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dhurrie

Line breaks: dhur|rie
Pronunciation: /ˈdʌri
 
/
(also durrie)

Definition of dhurrie in English:

noun (plural dhurries)

A heavy cotton rug of Indian origin: we were sitting on dhurries by the pond
More example sentences
  • Those looking beyond outfits can look at cotton doormats, dhurries, aprons, gloves and tablemats - some of the many kitchen accessories that are on display.
  • Cotton durries with interlocked designs from Warangal with ‘Kalamkari’ printing, terracotta ‘thorans’, fancy diyas, brass articles and fruit holders made of Shesham wood are part of the collections.
  • Also on display are soft wood toys and dolls from Kondapally, puppets and lampshades in leather, ceramic and terracotta pottery, crochet laces, cotton durries, silver filigree and Banjara tribal embroidery.

Origin

from Hindi darī.

Words that rhyme with dhurrie

curry, flurry, hurry, Murray, scurry, slurry, surrey, worry

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