noun. a brightly printed and glazed cotton fabric.
1. Noun, singular or mass Also watch for new chintz patterns produced by Royal Winton with a new mark to distinguish the new from old. 2. Adjective This is an all-over-pattern, but Royal Winton was not the only company making chintz pottery in England. 3. Verb, base form A contemporary couch may employ humor rather than chintz to set a style: Salvador Dali's surrealistic "Lips" sofa was reinterpreted in a widely available, bright red, upholstered foam version.