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1. textile

noun. ['ˈtɛkˌstaɪl'] artifact made by weaving or felting or knitting or crocheting natural or synthetic fibers.

Synonyms

  • chintz
  • felt
  • wash-and-wear
  • lisle
  • khaki
  • challis
  • quilting
  • coating
  • monk's cloth
  • macintosh
  • bombazine
  • tapa
  • permanent press
  • cerecloth
  • silk
  • satin
  • marseille
  • cambric
  • duffle
  • fustian
  • knit
  • frieze
  • seersucker
  • metallic
  • piece of cloth
  • plaid
  • towelling
  • silesia
  • bagging
  • duck
  • diamante
  • camel's hair
  • plush
  • cashmere
  • hopsacking
  • grosgrain
  • velours
  • mackinaw
  • toweling
  • taffeta
  • tappa
  • tapis
  • leatherette
  • gingham
  • sailcloth
  • stammel
  • twill
  • samite
  • moquette
  • wire cloth
  • homespun
  • linen
  • chenille
  • foulard
  • batiste
  • muslin
  • polyester
  • basket weave
  • whipcord
  • cobweb
  • cotton
  • mousseline de sole
  • brocade
  • watered-silk
  • net
  • meshwork
  • upholstery material
  • worsted
  • lint
  • canvas
  • camo
  • repp
  • tweed
  • moleskin
  • etamin
  • broadcloth
  • terry cloth
  • artefact
  • canopy
  • ninon
  • pina cloth
  • meshing
  • grogram
  • hopsack
  • canvass
  • duffel
  • baize
  • acrylic
  • moreen
  • jean
  • mesh
  • georgette
  • flannelette
  • vicuna
  • imitation leather
  • etamine
  • vulcanized fiber
  • tapestry
  • Viyella
  • batik
  • wool
  • buckram
  • camouflage
  • hair
  • satinet
  • calico
  • drapery
  • gabardine
  • organza
  • cretonne
  • pinstripe
  • corduroy
  • fleece
  • rep
  • suiting
  • pepper-and-salt
  • satinette
  • motley
  • material
  • crepe
  • shantung
  • doeskin
  • pongee
  • chino
  • camelhair
  • nankeen
  • herringbone
  • chiffon
  • shag
  • sponge cloth
  • terry
  • warp
  • tammy
  • dungaree
  • yoke
  • hem
  • terrycloth
  • pilot cloth
  • cord
  • faille
  • sheeting
  • suede cloth
  • Velcro
  • pique
  • wincey
  • bunting
  • pick
  • jaconet
  • sackcloth
  • haircloth
  • horsehair
  • paisley
  • crape
  • shirttail
  • rayon
  • edging
  • suede
  • print
  • percale
  • weft
  • mackintosh
  • tartan
  • khadi
  • velour
  • diaper
  • velvet
  • Canton flannel
  • khaddar
  • camlet
  • woolen
  • waterproof
  • piece of material
  • swan's down
  • elastic
  • trousering
  • artifact
  • moire
  • cotton flannel
  • lame
  • spandex
  • velveteen
  • sateen
  • madras
  • nylon
  • poplin
  • voile
  • linsey-woolsey
  • woof
  • cloth
  • mohair
  • network
  • serge
  • damask
  • olive drab
  • woollen
  • filling
  • durable press
  • sacking
  • belting
  • ticking
  • chambray
  • fiber
  • shirting
  • jacquard
  • web
  • webbing
  • denim
  • lace
  • crinoline
  • aba
  • boucle
  • fibre
  • flannel
  • screening
  • alpaca
  • scrim
  • sharkskin
  • panting
  • dimity
  • fabric
  • oilcloth

Antonyms

  • stay
  • disentangle
  • unsnarl
  • uncover

Etymology

  • textile (Latin)
  • textilis (Latin)

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Words that Rhyme with Textile Mill

  • quenneville
  • gaitskill
  • pudwill
  • overbill
  • mcmil
  • mcdill
  • macdill
  • jabril
  • instill
  • grabill
  • goodwill
  • gambill
  • fulfill
  • downhill
  • distill
  • distil
  • courville
  • brizill
  • brazil
  • belleville
  • bastille
  • waddill
  • uphill
  • until
  • tamil
  • tallil
  • sunil
  • seville
  • refill
  • newill

Example sentences of the word textile-mill


1. Noun Phrase
Purchase a website for your textile mill.

2. Noun Phrase
Coal miners, textile mill workers, farmers and seasonal farm laborers were hit hard.

3. Noun Phrase
A textile mill from 1814—the first integrated factory, according to the museum’s website—houses the museum.

4. Noun Phrase
Young girls worked in the textile mills of Massachusetts and Pennsylvania.

2. mill

noun. ['ˈmɪl'] a plant consisting of one or more buildings with facilities for manufacturing.

Synonyms

  • stamp mill
  • foundry
  • stamping mill
  • manufacturing plant
  • production line
  • steel factory
  • auto factory
  • sawmill
  • textile mill
  • paper mill
  • metalworks
  • assembly line
  • car factory
  • cannery
  • manufactory
  • lumbermill
  • sweatshop
  • factory
  • plant
  • steelworks
  • industrial plant
  • chemical plant
  • steel plant
  • shop floor
  • line
  • steel mill
  • works
  • assembly plant

Antonyms

  • noncompliance
  • empty
  • dissuasion
  • decompression

Etymology

  • mille (Middle English (1100-1500))

3. mill

verb. ['ˈmɪl'] move about in a confused manner.

Synonyms

  • mill around
  • mill about

Antonyms

  • rush
  • converge
  • enter

Etymology

  • mille (Middle English (1100-1500))

4. mill

verb. ['ˈmɪl'] grind with a mill.

Synonyms

  • crunch
  • mash
  • grind
  • comminute

Antonyms

  • ride
  • follow
  • fall
  • ascend

Etymology

  • mille (Middle English (1100-1500))

5. Mill

noun. Scottish philosopher who expounded Bentham's utilitarianism; father of John Stuart Mill (1773-1836).

6. mill

verb. ['ˈmɪl'] produce a ridge around the edge of.

Antonyms

  • advance

Etymology

  • mille (Middle English (1100-1500))

7. Mill

noun. English philosopher and economist remembered for his interpretations of empiricism and utilitarianism (1806-1873).

Synonyms

  • John Stuart Mill

8. mill

noun. ['ˈmɪl'] the act of grinding to a powder or dust.

Synonyms

  • crunch
  • crush
  • grind
  • compaction
  • pulverization

Antonyms

  • natural object
  • curve
  • straight line
  • uncover

Etymology

  • mille (Middle English (1100-1500))

9. mill

verb. ['ˈmɪl'] roll out (metal) with a rolling machine.

Synonyms

  • roll out

Antonyms

  • stay in place
  • rise

Etymology

  • mille (Middle English (1100-1500))

10. mill

noun. ['ˈmɪl'] machinery that processes materials by grinding or crushing.

Synonyms

  • windmill
  • milling machinery
  • machinery
  • treadwheel
  • gristmill
  • coffee mill
  • cider mill
  • coffee grinder
  • pepper grinder
  • tread-wheel
  • quern
  • flour mill
  • water mill
  • treadmill
  • meat grinder
  • grinder
  • spicemill

Antonyms

  • hate
  • cry
  • descend
  • linger

Etymology

  • mille (Middle English (1100-1500))
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