Definition of doublure in English:

doublure

Line breaks: doub|lure
Pronunciation: /duːbˈljʊə
 
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noun

An ornamental lining, especially one made of leather, on the inside of a book cover.

Origin

French, 'lining', from doubler 'to line'.

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