Definition of fine-spun in English:

fine-spun

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adjective

(Especially of fabric) fine or delicate in texture.
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  • D' Auvergne had ended the argument by buying some fine-spun linen and demanding that Jeanette make it into something suitable.
  • His near contemporary, the shy and upright Samuel Crompton invented the spinning mule that allowed Britain to corner the market in fine-spun cottons.
  • During these meetings he was breathtakingly handsome with his hair like true fine-spun gold.

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