Top Definition
A fine, lustrous cotton grown in Egypt.
Egyptian Cotton is a long staple cotton, valued for its softness and texture. Longer staple fibers help produce a softer fabric, either sheet or towel. Egyptian cotton also is known for its high absorbency and so valued in towels.
"This sheet made of egyptian cotton is superior to the others as it feels softer"
by Cazzaca May 22, 2006
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