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  • adj. Wearing a scarf.


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  • Therefore free to love the things you have always loved without seeming coarse to the bescarfed hordes of cultural “elite” that you have suddenly found yourself amongst, all the while confiding your true love of things to your good friends and family.

    How wonderful things become guilty pleasures.

  • "Although the traffic appears to be flowing smoothly through the Lincoln Tunnel," said the bescarfed young lady on Channel 4, "it wouldn't take much more snow to turn this evening's homeward rush into a commuter's nightmare."


  • Of course, a full-sized pro machine - the shining, hissing beast that belches steam as your bescarfed barista sweats over its many handles - will undeniably make better espresso than anything you can buy for less than a month's salary.

    Wired Top Stories

  • It used to be Tom Baker, the mad-haired, bescarfed whirlwind who toured the universe in the late 70s, but that has all changed.

    Gamers With Jobs

  • To be sure, their generous superiority to adventitious distinctions is partly because of a certain regenerative efficacy flowing from the heroine: pride of birth is sweetly rebuked in her presence; a subtile inspiration from her seems to steal away whatever prejudice of rank they may have, and to cheat them into full sympathy with truth and virtue; and, with the exception of Bertram and the bescarfed coxcomb that spaniels him, all from the King downwards are won to the free worship of untitled merit directly they begin to converse with this meek and modest incarnation of Nature's eloquence.

    Shakespeare His Life Art And Characters


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