CHINTZ , a word derived from the
See also:Hindu chint, spotted or variegated . This name was given to a kind of stained or painted
See also:calico produced in India . It is now applied to a highly glazed printed calico, commonly made in several
See also:colours on a
See also:light ground and used for
See also:bed hangings, covering furniture, &c .
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