Barraclade Bar"ra*clade, n. [D. baar, OD. baer, naked, bare + kleed garment, i. e., cloth undressed or without nap.] A home-made woolen blanket without nap. [Local, New York] --Bartlett. [1913 Webster]

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  • barraclade — (ˈbærəkleɪd) [f. Du. baar e bare, napless + kleed cloth.] ‘A home made woollen blanket without nap.’ Bartlett Dict. Amer. 1848 …   Useful english dictionary

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