a cotton or linen fabric of open weave used for bunting, curtains, etc.
Theater. a piece of such fabric used as a drop, border, or the like, for creating the illusion of a solid wall or backdrop under certain lighting conditions or creating a semitransparent curtain when lit from behind.
an open-weave muslin or hessian fabric, used in upholstery, lining, building, and in the theatre to create the illusion of a solid wall or to suggest haziness, etc, according to the lighting
noun 1. a rough or vigorous struggle. 2. Football. the action that takes place between the teams from the moment the ball is snapped until it is declared dead. Compare line of scrimmage. a practice session or informal game, as that played between two units of the same team. verb (used with or without object), […]
noun 1. line of scrimmage.
verb (used without object) 1. to be sparing or frugal; economize (often followed by on): They scrimped and saved for everything they have. He spends most of his money on clothes, and scrimps on food. verb (used with object) 2. to be sparing or restrictive of or in; limit severely: to scrimp food. 3. to […]
- Scrimp and save
Economize severely, spend as little as possible, as in For years we had to scrimp and save, but now we can enjoy life more. [ Mid-1800s ]