Definition of Windsor tie in English:

Windsor tie

Line breaks: Wind|sor tie

noun

dated , chiefly US
A wide silk bias-cut tie, tied in a loose double knot.
More example sentences
  • There was also more latitude with neck wear than with a Frock Suit, with Windsor ties more common than bow ties.
  • Typically, your collar should be up to allow ease of maneuvering, and to prevent creases in your tie while tying the Full Windsor tie knot.
  • Democratic Representative Robert Alexis Green, wearer of flowing Windsor ties, announced that he would never again attend a White House function as long as the Hoovers were there.

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