Adjectives for Looms | Words to describe Looms

Old
Broad
Ordinary
Narrow
Automatic
Rough

How do you describe Looms?

  • 1. They work various colors, figures, and inscriptions in the cloth, and do all this with a rapidity which equals the operations of ordinary looms. 🔊
  • 2. The new automatic looms caused a saving of labour per unit of product which recalled the complete subversion at the industrial revolution of the proportions in which the several factors in production were organized. 🔊
  • 3. This, in conjunction with the ease with which the art of coarse weaving could be acquired and the cheapness of rough looms, helps to explain the wretched straits into which the hand-loom weavers were driven. 🔊
  • 4. The weaving of broad goods such as dress materials, mufflers, handkerchiefs, and necktie silks took place on the broad looms; while narrow goods such as ribbons were woven on the narrow looms. 🔊
  • 5. The weaving of broad goods such as dress materials, mufflers, handkerchiefs, and necktie silks took place on the broad looms; while narrow goods such as ribbons were woven on the narrow looms. 🔊
  • 6. Looms with warp-stop motions are now common in the United States, as are also automatic looms, but both are still the exception in Lancashire for reasons that will be sketched later. 🔊
  • 7. For an account of the numerous types of automatic looms see the article on WEAVING: S Machinery. 🔊

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