[ UK /t‍ʃˈæliz/ ]
[ US /ˈʃæɫi/ ]
  1. a soft lightweight fabric (usually printed)
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How To Use challis In A Sentence

  • Does anyone out there know where to get challis these days? We'll Always Have Paris - A Dress A Day
  • Yet, it was always on my mind while exploring for minerals around Challis.
  • At a time when Challis considers benching Scobie, a murder of a public official enforcing land use rules during schoolie week adds workload pressure. 2009 March « The Merry Genre Go Round Reviews
  • So I guess that like a tweed jacket or challis skirt, the passage of time has made it better than nothing!
  • Abigail wore a square-necked gown of white challis; John appeared in a dark blue coat, contrasting light breeches and white stockings, a gold-embroidered satin waistcoat his mother had made for the occasion, and buckle shoes. History of American Women
  • But before I left the store, I gathered my courage, put down the earnings from my waitressing job, and bought three yards of the floral challis, while cringing at the price. Archive 2007-10-01
  • Long skirts will look better than short and make sure to wear loosely woven fabrics eg. Wood crepe, jersey and challis.
  • Unbeknown to him, a poison challis was slipped into his personal baggage.
  • A subtle palette of brown and white accented with deep blue is the common thread that runs throughout the house - in dark wood furniture and tactile fabrics, such as mohair, linen, tattersall, and challis.
  • Innocent have-a-go hero in cells for ten hours - As a former traffic warden and store detective with two police commendations to her name, Wendy Challis-Jones is all too familiar with tackling lawbreakers. Waterloo Sunset « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
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