Cloque



[kloh-key] /kloʊˈkeɪ/

noun
1.
an embossed or quilted fabric.
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adjective
2.
having a small, irregular pattern or figured motif woven into a fabric to give a puckered or quilted effect.
/ˈklɒkeɪ/
noun
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