Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|a type of NECKTIE with broad ends.
|a pair of strips of white linen, worn by clergyman.
|a piece of vertically pleated linen cloth worn over or under the chin, as by nuns.
|a coloured, spotted NECKERCHIEF.
|a woman's deep lace collar to hide a low neckline.
|a long, serpent-like coil of fur, feathers or the like worn round the neck by women.
|a wide open neck on a garment.
|an ornamental collar of a coat.
|something worn round the neck; the neck or (sometimes detachable) neckband of a garment; (verb) to seize by the collar, fig. to arrest.
|a small collar.
|a scarf or band worn as a NECKTIE; (verb) to dress in a cravat. [Fr. cravate, from Cravates, 17th century Croatian mercenaries who wore a scarf in battle].
|a round, close-fitting style of neck on a jersey.
|a wide cloth covering neck and shoulders worn by nuns.
|a broad turnover linen collar; also a woman's cloak trimmed with ribbons, with large buttons, fashionable about 1855.
|a MUFFLER; also, a woollen cuff.
|a thick scarf, collar, etc.
|wearing a muffler.
|the part of a garment around the neck.
|a cloth worn round the neck.
|an ornamental cloth, a kerchief for the neck > NECKERCHIEFS or NECKERCHIEVES.
|garments for the neck.
|an ornament for wearing round the neck; a small fur garment for the neck.
|the shape or position of the upper edge of a dress, blouse, etc.
|a piece of cloth for the neck.
|(esp. N. America) a band of fabric tied round the neck under the collar and usu hanging down in front, a tie.
|anything worn round the neck.
|a large CRAVAT.
|a covering for the neck, and sometimes for the shoulders and breast; originally worn by both sexes, but later by women alone.
|a low collar.
|a stiff flaring lace collar worn by both sexes in 17th C > RABATOS or RABATOES; REBATOS or REBATOES.
|a long scarf worn chiefly by Mexican women > REBOZOS.
|a collar of a garment turned back in a curve.
|a frill, usu starched and pleated, worn round the neck, esp in the Elizabethan and Jacobean periods; (verb) to provide with a ruff.
|like a ruff.
|a light, usu decorative piece of material thrown loosely on the shoulders about the neck > SCARFS or SCARVES. (Verb) to cover as with a scarf.
|wearing a scarf.
|arranged like a scarf.
|a NECKCLOTH or CRAVAT with long lace ends.
|a narrow ecclesiastical vestment worn on the shoulders.
|a scarf worn in Latin American countries. Pl. TAPALOS.
|a strip of cloth worn round the neck.
|not wearing a tie.
|a long narrow piece of cloth formerly attached to a hood or sleeve, or worn loose around the neck.
|a turned down collar; a rejection.
|a style of neck for a sweater.
|a broad collar with the edges cut into deep points; a short pointed beard; (verb) to notch or zigzag. [From Sir Antony Van Dyke (or Vandyke), 17th century painter].
|a woman's fur TIPPET.
|a ring of leather or plastic used to thread a NECKERCHIEF.