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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgaberdinegab‧er‧dine /ˈɡæbədiːn, ˌɡæbəˈdiːn $ ˈɡæbərdiːn/ noun [countable, uncountable]  x-refanother spelling of gabardine
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gaberdineImpatiently she struggled out of her blue gaberdine suit and began to rip open the thick, shiny bags and the gleaming boxes.Her thick red hair rested just below her shoulders on the blue gaberdine and her grey eyes stared back at him.He had a heavy moustache and wore a brown gaberdine suit that didn't fit too well.Willie put his gaberdine and cap on and slung his gas-mask box over his shoulder.Best take his gaberdine mac, though.Navy gaberdine trousers are reduced from £139 to £79 and grey flannel shirt-dresses from £159 to £99.The Essentials one is superbly tailored in pure new wool gaberdine.
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