noun, verb (used with object), teazeled, teazeling or (especially British) teazelled, teazelling.
any of several plants of the genus Dipsacus, having prickly leaves and flower heads.
Compare teasel family.
the dried flower head or bur of the plant D. fullonum, used for teasing or teaseling cloth.
any mechanical contrivance used for teaseling.
verb (used with object), teaseled, teaseling or (especially British) teaselled, teaselling.
to raise a nap on (cloth) with teasels; dress by means of teasels.
any of various stout biennial plants of the genus Dipsacus, of Eurasia and N Africa, having prickly leaves and prickly heads of yellow or purple flowers: family Dipsacaceae See also fuller’s teasel
the prickly dried flower head of the fuller’s teasel, used for teasing
any manufactured implement used for the same purpose
verb -sels, -selling, -selled (US) -sels, -seling, -seled
(transitive) to tease (a fabric)
noun 1. a semiformal gown of fine material, especially one styled with soft, flowing lines, worn for afternoon social occasions. noun 1. (formerly) a long loose decorative dress worn esp when entertaining guests to afternoon tea
noun 1. Tevet. noun 1. a variant spelling of Tevet
(Esther 2:16), a word probably of Persian origin, denoting the cold time of the year; used by the later Jews as denoting the tenth month of the year. Assyrian tebituv, “rain.”
TeBG testosterone-estradiol-binding globulin