from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A sweatshirt, with an integral hood and, sometimes, a large kangaroo pocket at the front.
- n. A young person wearing such a sweatshirt, usually a male.
- n. prepuce
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as hoodie-crow.
OK, I am slightly exaggerating on that one, but the hoodie is awful warm at winter and my belly gets cold!
A hoodie is a sweatshirt that you pull over your head.
Not while the sweaty guy in the hoodie is in charge.
Behrens, outgoing and talkative, appeared in a blue plaid shirt and sideways baseball cap, while Turner, tall and soft-spoken, sported a black zip-up hoodie from the 9: 30 Club in DC.
The hoodie is soft to the touch but strong enough not to tear when he tries to get away.
(Sorry, GAMA-GO's new Boing Boing hoodie is not part of the sale.)
If by some miracle I actually finish all of those, then I hoping that the hoodie is somewhere around here.
And a 'Jo Grimond hoodie' is the most incongruous.
Outside the bag What do you call a hoodie with a hole for your thumb to fit through?
I never did like the term "hoodie" - it always sounded very juvenile to me (maybe that ages me a bit) and I still stubbornely stick with hooded sweatshirt.
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