from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A broad neck scarf knotted so that its ends lie flat, one upon the other.
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- n. ascot tie
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a cravat with wide square ends, tied so that the ends are laid flat; the ends are often secured with an ornamental pin; -- called cravat in Britain.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a cravat with wide square ends; secured with an ornamental pin
So -- you can see we're in the ascot, which is always good.
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Mr. Rockwell: No, he's more of a Peter Cushing kind of ascot villain with a smoking robe.
For those of you wondering what Barbie said, she indeed said "ascot", which is a man's broad necked scarf - fastened with tie tack or stick pin.
Derrick Clements, Barbie remarks about Ken's ascot which is the necktie he's wearing.
He wears a top hat, ascot and striped topcoat with tails.
Not all of the looks are so enticing—upgrading Ivy style with a cravat did no favors for James Garner, Robert Wagner or Jason Robards, and Newman's own ascot is the worst of the lot—but this book captures what may have been the last time anyone looked admiringly at the clothes that stars wore.
And so, you know, when they first meet the first thing is, you know, he compliments her on her leg warmers and she compliments him on his ascot and you realize, oh my God, these were made for each other.
I said, Wear a tweed sport coat with an open button down shirt and an ascot.
With his ascot, his moustache and his cigarette, Francois will stop at nothing to be with Sheeni, and leads Nick Twisp on a path of destruction with unpredictable and uproarious consequences.
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