oilcloth

[ UK /ˈɔ‍ɪlklɒθ/ ]
NOUN
  1. cloth treated on one side with a drying oil or synthetic resin
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How To Use oilcloth In A Sentence

  • Then, the new oilcloth, which is actually a vinyl product, was born and oilcloth came back into vogue. Blisstree
  • In the other were chairs and wooden tables covered in a kind of oilcloth.
  • Our "oilcloth" is printed vinyl bonded and supported with a woven cotton mesh. An Island Life
  • When the lid is down, the pine becomes evident, although tack holes indicate that the writing surface was originally covered with oilcloth, hiding the lesser wood.
  • You notice the kind of oilcloth they had on that upper entry, S'tira? The Minister's Charge
  • He was surprised to find the remains of the wild bird his companion had been roasting, all wrapped in an oilcloth.
  • The floor is covered with what is called oilcloth -- I wonder why: it certainly is not the least like cloth -- very new and excessively shiny. The Land of Promise
  • He undid the layers of oilcloth and canvas, relieved that they had kept the twigs and shaved wood dry.
  • A used rocking chair was my bed, and when I found food, a soiled blue oilcloth was my table.
  • Raindrops trickle down his face with the affectionate tranquility of milk on an oilcloth.
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