Definition of organza in English:

organza

Line breaks: or|ganza
Pronunciation: /ɔːˈɡanzə
 
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noun

[mass noun]
A thin, stiff, transparent dress fabric made of silk or a synthetic yarn: [as modifier]: a silk organza skirt
More example sentences
  • Inspired by the rich tradition of the sub-continent, Karuna has concentrated on pure fabrics like khadi, silks, organza, brocade, tissue, crepe and georgette.
  • There are lots of satin and technical fabrics which include silk jersey, duchess satin, silk satin, parachute silk, viscose organza, silk twill, cotton canvas and taffeta.
  • While she mainly stocks silk fabric with organza, most of the designs can also be acquired in a different and cheaper fabric.

Origin

early 19th century: probably from French organsin (see organzine).

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