a knitted fabric made of silk or synthetic yarn, used in the manufacture of wearing apparel.

1915–20; trico(t) + (flanne)lette Unabridged
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Silk tricolette vests, which fit so snugly and are s,o pretty.
Some have satin and other tricolette collars or there are no collars at all.
The collars are of tricolette or of serge trimmed with silk.
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