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  • (n) neckwear worn in a slipknot with long ends overlapping vertically in front


  1. Designed by AM penman William Towns undoubtedly wearing a very large cravat at the time the Lagonda was as beautiful a car as ever resembled a pencil box.
  2. Superconductive fiber and contractile piezoelectrics make for a top-of-the-line PC that's also a kerchief, cravat or shawl.
  3. Now Americans can pick out a colleague or a competitor at a sales convention according to the cravat around his neck.


  • Metuchen couple celebrate 65th anniversary, long marriage built on love

    SOUTH PLAINFIELD — When Gloria and Andrew Brislin married on Sept. 25, 1948, Andrew wore a black-and-white morning suit, with tails and a cravat. Gloria wore a white veil over a long-sleeved satin gown embellished with pearls.
    on October 24, 2013     Source:

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  1. In the letter, dated Feb. 9, 1865, John Wilkes Booth asks a friend to send him a picture of himself "with cane & black cravat" - the one later used in his wanted poster.
    on Nov 21, 2004 By: John Wilkes Booth Source: USA Today

  2. According to Britain's The Sun newspaper, Love - the widow of Nirvana's Kurt Cobain - told a friend: "He was delicious. I gave him a cravat as a present."
    on Aug 31, 2006 By: Kurt Cobain Source: (Pressemitteilung)

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