crafat, crafatiau, chrafat, chrafatiau, grafat, grafatiau, nghrafat, nghrafatiau
Noun(1) neckwear worn in a slipknot with long ends overlapping vertically in front
(1) A muscle in his jaw was working as he slightly loosened his cravat and sent her a perplexed glance.(2) His snowy white shirt was topped by a burgundy waistcoat which, amazingly enough, matched her gown almost perfectly, and he wore a black cravat around his neck.(3) Who wears a trilby, a cravat and an old raincoat around these parts?(4) I watched in disgust as he began to untie his cravat and removed it from around his neck.(5) During my degree, I had to attend a series of lectures by one of my favourite tutors (nice cravat , that man) in which he explained in painful detail the minutiae of humour, and the parts of the brain it affected.(6) These days, moustache and cravat are optional, but highly recommended.(7) He was dressed up in a tuxedo, and you could see a white shirt, and white cravat sticking out of the front of it.(8) The emperor's jacket was unbuttoned, his lace cravat untied, and his crown of golden leaves sitting crooked atop uncombed dark hair.(9) Ken was dressed in the latest Carnaby Street fashions: intricately patterned salmon-pink jacket, cream slacks, and a matching cream cravat , in lurex.(10) With nimble fingers made steady by her own inward resolve, she tied the cravat .(11) I can't imagine there were many 10 year old cravat wearing ├ö├ç├┐southerners├ö├ç├û in the area at the time.(12) Thomas was exiting his carriage and looked extremely well in a well-tailored evening jacket, cravat , breeches, and boots so polished it was likely he could see himself in them.(13) He was dressed in black breeches, a white loose shirt and cravat , and a long black jacket.(14) The bridegroom is able to hire his choice of morning suit or dinner suit, tuxedo, shirt and cravat or bow tie.(15) He dressed himself impeccably, and tied his cravat with a flourish.(16) We went back to the hotel; I was still dressed as Oscar Wilde - full make-up, big black wig and Edwardian clothes, boots, silk cravat , a silver-tipped cane.
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