1) A kind of material used formerly for wearing apparel but then a coarse stuff that was more suitable for floor-coverings, table cloths, etc (OED).

1706 40 yards of drugget, value 30s, Almondbury

1717 crying a piece of druget about town for any one to own, Huddersfield. It was defined later by a Wakefield clothier: 1762 Druggitt is woosted warp and wool weft woven plain 3 quarters broad.

dates 1706 1717 1762

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