Definition for BRO-CADE'

BRO-CADE', n. [Sp. brocado; probably from broche, the instrument used in embroidery; so Fr. brochure, a pamphlet or stitched book.]

Silk stuff, variegated with gold and silver, or raised and enriched with flowers, foliage and other ornaments. – Encyc. Span. Dict.

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