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neckerchief

Line breaks: neck¦er|chief
Pronunciation: /ˈnɛkətʃɪf
 
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Definition of neckerchief in English:

noun

A square of cloth worn round the neck.
Example sentences
  • A neckerchief round a sore throat will sometimes nip colds in the bud.
  • And it looked quite similar to how a neckerchief or scarf might appear around the neck when worn, in fact.
  • A colonial attire that is still seen on males in the rural areas is loose baggy pants called bombachas, and a short jacket with a neckerchief in place of a shirt.

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