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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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seersuckerseer‧suck‧er /ˈsɪəˌsʌkə $ ˈsɪrˌsʌkər/ noun [uncountable]  TIMa light cotton cloth with an uneven surface and a pattern of lines on it
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seersuckerHe had dispensed with his winter tweeds in favour of a seersucker suit that was, if anything, even more shapeless.He's wearing a knife-creased, sky-blue seersucker, safari-style suit.This style requires a soft flowing material such as a lightweight cotton seersucker.At ten to five he put it in the side pocket of his seersucker suit and left.If you wear a plain old seersucker suit and a nice straw hat, no one will take offense.He no longer wore glasses, but he hadn't changed his hair style or seersucker jacket.The other girls are carrying purses and wearing seersucker and madras cotton blouses or printed cotton dresses and penny loafers.It was a beautiful dress, white seersucker dotted with small mauve flowers.
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