Definition of snood in English:
1An ornamental hairnet or fabric bag worn over the hair at the back of a woman’s head.
- You can certainly have your professional hair designer add hair ornaments, hair jewelry, snoods or a tiara.
- The technique was commonly used for different kinds of headgear, such as caps, hoods, bonnets, hairnets and snoods, as well as for stockings, mittens, collars and sashes.
- Her hair she wore in a lace snood that let a few stray wisps of curly blonde hair fall into her face.
2A wide ring of knitted material worn as a hood or scarf.
- Flowing gowns with side-splits reveal slim-line trousers and overtly high necks have dangerously low backs, whilst knitted snoods and jumpers are layered over strapless columned dresses.
- The one on the right seems annoyed that he didn't have the same bright idea as the one on the left to wear a snood under his police jacket.
3A short line attaching a hook to a main line in sea fishing.
- Long-lining involves, as the name suggests, a long line to which several hooks are attached to by short snoods.
- If the bait spins it will inevitably tangle these short snoods and the baits will not be well presented.
- He was using a 50 lb mono hook snood and the fish shut its mouth and cut through the line almost clean.
Old English snōd, of unknown origin.
Words that rhyme with snoodallude, brood, collude, conclude, crude, delude, dude, elude, étude, exclude, extrude, exude, feud, food, illude, include, intrude, Jude, lewd, mood, nude, obtrude, occlude, Oudh, preclude, protrude, prude, pseud, pultrude, rood, rude, seclude, shrewd, transude, unglued, unsubdued, who'd, you'd
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