Noun(1) a coarse cotton fabric stiffened with glue; used in bookbinding and to stiffen clothing
Verb(1) stiffen with or as with buckram
Adjective(1) rigidly formal
(1) They just don't make buckram like they used to.(2) The device itself was simple enough, consisting of a buckram rim about eighteen inches in diameter, wrapped with 3,411 feet of cotton-covered copper wire, all in turn covered with tape, felt, and an imitation leather sleeve.(3) New for 2003 is style 556, the Fahrenheit structured mid-profile brushed cotton 6-panel cap with soft buckram and a fabric back strap and brass buckle.(4) a curtain with buckram headings(5) Stamps are slammed on the title page, label pockets gummed to the rear pastedown, dust wrappers discarded, covers vulcanised in plastic - or, in those days, a toffee-brown buckram tough enough to withstand acid.(6) The Moroccan-leather-bound edition, limited to 50 numbered copies, is encased in a silver buckram drop-back solander box (Ôö¼├║750 inclusive of delivery).(7) our sewn bindings incorporate buckram and leather
1. starchy ::
2. stiff ::
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