English version

gingham in Household topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishginghamging‧ham /ˈɡɪŋəm/ noun [uncountable]  DCDHcotton cloth that has a pattern of small white and coloured squares on it a red and white gingham tablecloth
Examples from the Corpus
ginghamThe girl washed herself carefully, dressed herself in the clean gingham, and tied her pink sun-bonnet on her head.Decorated in gingham, it offers scents inspired by home-baked pies.It was music that made everything seem like an endless Californian summer: drinks on the beach, girls in gingham bikinis.Tonight he wears peach-colored slacks, a matching gingham blouse, brass hoop earrings and a rhinestone stud in his nose.Red gingham hat £20 approx, Chipie.They wore light-blue blazers and short gingham dresses, and their heads were very dose together.In late September, the gingham amendment passed the House by an overwhelming vote of 318 to 63.The curtains were blue and white gingham.