sateen

[sa-teen]
noun
a strong cotton fabric constructed in satin weave and having a lustrous face.

Origin:
1875–80; variant of satin, by association with velveteen

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sateen (sæˈtiːn)
 
n
a glossy linen or cotton fabric, woven in such a way that it resembles satin
 
[C19: changed from satin, on the model of velveteen]

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sateen
"glossy cloth resembling satin," 1878, variant of satin (q.v.), perhaps influenced by velveteen (q.v.), where the ending is a variant of -ine.
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Example sentences
The weave for the material shall be a five harness sateen cloth.
The moat exclusive are silk, but pretty colorings in sateen are less expensive.
Fabric filters used for final product emission control may be made of cotton sateen.
The fabric is a sateen if it is weft faced meaning only the weft threads show.
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