Definition of neckcloth in English:

neckcloth

Line breaks: neck|cloth
Pronunciation: /ˈnɛkklɒθ
 
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noun

A cravat.
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  • But his dress was as peculiar as his wife's, a large black coat of an antique cut over a long waistcoat and a neckcloth, with knee-length breeches and buckled shoes.
  • Philip did likewise with his own neckcloth and footwear, but draped his coat more neatly over the back of a chair, with attention for its elegant lines.
  • ‘Gentlemen in dark blue coats with brass buttons and high neckcloths discussed ‘Horseflesh’ over a glass of wine,’ she writes.

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