cisele

ciselé

[see-zuh-ley; French seezuh-ley]
adjective
noting or pertaining to velvet having a chiseled or embossed pattern produced by contrasting cut and uncut pile.

Origin:
< French: chiseled (past participle of ciseler; see chisel)

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