- camel-hair; camel's-hair; camel hair; camel's hair
- A loose-fitting sleeveless garment made of this fabric, traditionally worn by Arabs.
- This machine is used for knitting patterned outerwear and underwear with yarn wool rabbit hair camel hair cashmere accylic nylon and other materials.this machinecan knit cardigan sweater jacket vest trousers skirt scarf kerchief and other fabrics.
- The results indicate that arctic fox wool the angolan rabbit hair the hair of nyctereutes ussurienusis mstscie with medulla cavity's density and breaking strength are small but the angolan rabbit hair's superficial curl number is less; the density of shanxi shep camel's hair is equal to wool and cashmere the breaking strength and breaking elongation ratio are bigger than others.
- "Sheep's wool is commercially by much the most important fibre of its kind although other wools and hairs--for example mohair cashmere alpaca and camel's hair---are all used as textiles."
- A wiry fabric woven especially from horsehair or camel's hair used for upholstering and for stiffening garments.
- John was clothed in camel's hair and wore a leather garment around his waist.his food was locusts and honey.
- 4now This john had his garment of camel's hair and a leather girdle around his loins and his food was locusts and wild honey.
- A rich cloth of asian origin supposed originally to have been made of camel's hair and silk and later made of goat's hair and silk or other combinations.
- A fabric woven from goat and camel hair.
- Cloth woven from horsehair or camelhair; used for upholstery or stiffening in garments.
- John's clothing was a rough coat of camel's hair with a leather belt round his waist and his food was locusts and wild honey.
- The arctic fox wool the shanxi sheep camel's hair the angolan rabbit hair the hair of nyctereutes ussurienusis mstscie were researched on the density the compression performance the friction performance and the stretch mechanics performance through the contrast analysis.
- Now john was clothed in camel's hair with a leather band about him; and his food was locusts and honey.
- The surfaces of velvet velveteen corduroy synthetic suede fleece camel's hair and some flannels are smooth in one direction and rough in the opposite direction.