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Things damask often describes (“damask ________”)
roses, curtains, chair, cloth, weaver, satin, weaving, room, ones, silk, linen, loom, tablecloths, sofa, napkins

Descriptive words:
crimson, red, white, blue, green, yellow, rich, fine, black, old, heavy, double, finest, colored, coloured, pink, flowered, purple, scarlet, gold, chinese, single, dark, snowy, beautiful, pale, richest, worsted, deep, constant, brocaded, indian, italian, ancient, light, russet, brown, silken, embroidered, spotless, thin, striped, pure, plain, grey, patterned, golden, gray, soft, bright, thick, irish, orange, delicate, tawny, handsome, azure, exquisite, antique, persian, drab, coarse, lingering, expensive, floral, century, starched, lovely, splendid, figured, brilliant, costly, stiff, venetian, gorgeous, satin, silver, furred, priceless, blown, fashioned, beige, linen, branched

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Book See damask used in context: 6 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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