dimity englannista suomeksi
A light strong fabric with woven stripes or squares. (defdate)
1831, John Murphy, ''A Treatise on the Art of Weaving'', Glasgow, page 42,
- The first of these tweels, in respect to the number of leaves, is the dimity cord, which is merely the three leafed tweel turned, a plan of which is subjoined, both for cording and treading.
2009 Fall, Rabbit Goody, Jill Mancy, ''Interiors: Bug Bars & Slipcovers'', ''Early Homes'', page 20,
- Period slipcovers were typically made of linen and cotton, in woven checks or striped dimities.
(quote-book)|location=New York, N.Y.|publisher=(w)|year=1958|section=book I (''The Sword in the Stone'')|isbn=978-0-399-10597-5|passage=The twilight fell mistily—it was the first of the autumn mists—and in the dimity the undispersed families of the tawny owl called to each other, the young with keewick and the old with the proper hooroo, hooroo.