Dacron

[ US /ˈdæˌkɹɑn/ ]
NOUN
  1. a kind of polyester fabric
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How To Use Dacron In A Sentence

  • Originally published in 1971, the publication has at its heart what purports to be the yearbook of the fictional C. Estes Kefauver Memorial High School in tragically woebegone Dacron, Ohio.
  • She threw in the Dacron cassock and surplice, too, the scent lingering. TOUCH
  • DuPont's Lycra brand elastane, nylon textile and Dacron branded specialties and fiberfill businesses, which previously operated as separate businesses, will fall under the new organization.
  • The Lycra brand elastane, nylon textile and Dacron branded specialties and fiberfill businesses, which previously operated as separate businesses, will fall under the new organization.
  • DuPont's Lycra brand elastane, nylon textile and Dacron branded specialties and fiberfill businesses, which previously operated as separate businesses, will fall under the new organization.
  • Her sails were tanbark canvas, heavy and stiff, but that was Dad for you, no Dacron for Dad. TROPIC OF NIGHT
  • Separate sterile Dacron-tipped swabs were used to sample the vagina and rectum.
  • Polyester in form of Dacron resistant , hardy and accommodated bright and colorful prints.
  • Dacron, polyamide fiber staple manufacture, marketing.
  • Dacron sails have also largely replaced canvas sailcloth.
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