Definition of ruche in English:

ruche

noun

  • A frill or pleat of fabric as decoration on a garment or soft furnishing.

    • ‘The cushions and pillows and bolster were all bright red, as was the canopy that draped itself over the posts of her bed and dangled in soft muslin ruches.’
    • ‘Her dress was of soft creamy-white satin merveilleux, trimmed round the train with a deep frayed ruche of the material.’
    ruffle, flounce, ruff, furbelow, jabot, peplum, flute, ruche, ruching, gather, tuck, fringe
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Origin

Early 19th century: from French, from medieval Latin rusca tree bark, of Celtic origin.

Pronunciation:

ruche

/ruːʃ/