She rummaged in a drawer and laid a small piece of fabric in my hands.
Since imports are so woven into the fabric of our economy, that, in turn, could unleash serious inflation.
The abundance of the fabric allowed us to cover her but retain the beauty and elegance of the garment.
For a designer such as Doo-Ri Chung, fabric manipulation is second nature.
Author Juliet Nicholson has, in short time, become the voice of these critical gaps in the fabric of British history.
That their small wings could wring such a sound from the fabric of the air was unbelievable.
Even through the fabric of their suits he could feel her trembling.
The fabric is extremely expensive, and none but the wealthy can afford it.
Nona was gripping his hand with a pressure that penetrated the fabric.
I now come to what Bishop Robert did with regard to the fabric of the church.
late 15c., "building, thing made," from Middle French fabrique (14c.), from Latin fabrica "workshop," also "an art, trade; a skillful production, structure, fabric," from faber "artisan who works in hard materials," from PIE *dhabh- "to fit together." Sense in English evolved via "manufactured material" (1753) to "textile" (1791).