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cloth (3 in use about 1450-1650)
1. handkerchief, napkin 3H6 I. iv. 157, Cym. V. i. 1, Per. III. ii. 87.
2. dress, livery Cym. II. iii. 128 “a hilding for a livery, a squire's cloth.”
3. “painted cloth,” hanging for a room painted or worked with figures or mottoes, tapestry LLL. V. ii. 577, Troil. V. x. 47, Lucr. 245.
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