Linen [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Linen:

He's referring to the fact that I put effort into cleaning, planning meals and preparing the linens.

If summer has rolled around and you need help keeping cool at night—or you naturally sleep very hot—look for sheets made from Tencel, linen, or a percale cotton weave.

Officials said a space heater that was near a bed apparently ignited the bed and some linens on the bed and then spread.

They all wore very large linen collars and black cravats, which gave them a very serious appearance.

Sergeant Burton knelt down and gingerly laid his hand upon the stained linen over the breast of Sir Lucien.

Most of the farmers wore linen dusters and broad straw hats, but their women had put on all their finery.

In one of ole Miss's bureau drawers was a large plain linen handkerchief which was never used.

A lace collar will look as badly over a chintz dress, as a linen one would with velvet, though each may be perfect of its kind.

If white collars and sleeves are worn, they should be of linen, perfectly plain.

A roket, or rochet, is a loose linen frock synonymous with sukkenye.