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What is "Gimp" - Definition & Explanation
Last Updated on: 18-Apr-2023 (11 months, 29 days ago)
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Gimp
A narrow band of decorative material used to conceal fasteners, cover edges, or provide a decorative accent.
Gimp
Gimps are flat, narrow, woven textiles made in many styles. One or both edges of a gimp can be plain or cut or have scalloped loops.

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