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Windsor knot

Line breaks: Wind|sor knot
Pronunciation: /wɪnzəˈnɒt
 
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Definition of Windsor knot in English:

noun

A large, loose triangular knot in a man’s tie, produced by making extra turns when tying.
Example sentences
  • From a dressy Windsor knot to sporty Samosa knot, these consultants are here to teach.
  • After I've learnt the Windsor knot, maybe I should get lessons in chopstick management?
  • The Planet Fashion stores are staffed with tie consultants to help customers understand and learn the various tie-knots, from the dressy Windsor knot to the sport Samosa knot.

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