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cash·mere / ˈkazhˌmi(ə)r; ˈkash-/ • n. fine soft wool, originally that from the Kashmir goat. ∎  woolen material made from or resembling such wool: [as adj.] a cashmere sweater.

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cashmere

cashmere (in full Cashmere shawl), shawl made of fine wool obtained from the Kashmir goat; the material itself. XIX. Kashmir, name of a province in the W. Himalayas, India.

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cashmere

cashmere Woolly hair of a goat native to Kashmir, India. The warm but lightweight wool is woven for clothing.

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