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What is "Grogram" - Definition & Explanation

Grogram is a coarse fabric of silk mixed with wool or with mohair and often stiffened with gum.
Grogram a coarse loosely woven fabric of silk, silk and mohair, or silk and wool compare grosgrain.
Coarse fabric made of silk, or mohair and wool - or a mixture of these, stiffened with gum.

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