A kind of coarse, woolen cloth, usually ribbed, woven from wool of long staple.
cheap coarse woolen cloth of twill, usually ribbed. Used for overcoats because it kept out the wet and cold.
a coarse, lightweight woolen cloth, usually ribbed and with a cotton warp
A coarse woolen cloth of light weight, either smooth or ribbed.
Course narrow cloth woven from lnog-strand wool; usually ribbed. "English broad-cloth, and red Kersey they highly esteemed." Cook, Voyages, 1772. (1)
a coarse woolen cloth, often ribbed, perhaps named for English village of Kersey in Suffolk
A fulled, woven fabric, generally of wool or a wool blend, with a fine lustrous nap. Used for overcoats.
A compact, lustrous, woollen fabric, diagonally ribbed or twilled that is heavily milled and finished with a short nap. It is similar to melton.
A heavy grade of all wool, twill fabric with a pronounced diagonal pattern. Named for the town in England where it originated, it was most commonly used in work clothes and uniforms.
A kind of coarse light-weight woolen cloth, usually ribbed with a cotton warp
Kersey is a kind of coarse woollen cloth.