Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An obsolete plural of scarf.

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  • noun Plural form of scarf.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Meanwhile, at Westminster Tube station, disconsolate penguins swathed in scarves waited in vain for a train to Stanmore.

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  • The French luxury-goods giant's € 1.45 billion ($2.02 billion) acquisition of a 17% stake in Hermes International, best known for its hand-stitched leather goods and silk scarves, is shrewd considering opportunities in the tightly held sector are rare.

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  • My calculator informs me that the cost to equip 1500 people with the scarves is £19,500.

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  • Some of the coin scarves are so heavy they fall right off.

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  • Some of the coin scarves are so heavy they fall right off.

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  • It was so fantastic being among all those crowds of people, and everyone bundled up in scarves and coats looking all wintery.

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  • Oh, he’d seen her before, wrapped in scarves, coming out of her father’s Lincoln.

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  • Oh, he’d seen her before, wrapped in scarves, coming out of her father’s Lincoln.

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  • Oh, he’d seen her before, wrapped in scarves, coming out of her father’s Lincoln.

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  • I thought I was hiding them well: I hunched, crossed my arms, wore eighty scarves, that is until one day when Henry, who ironically enough is the son of a very famous pornographic magazine editor, approached me in the hallway and announced: "Damn, you have huge tits!"

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