Cravatted Cra*vat`ted (kr?-v?t"t?d), a. Wearing a cravat. [1913 Webster]

The young men faultlessly appointed, handsomely cravatted. --Thackeray. [1913 Webster]

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  • cra|vat — «kruh VAT», noun, verb, vat|ted, vat|ting. –n. 1. a necktie, especially a wide one. 2. a neckcloth; scarf: »“Perhaps, Louisa,” said Mr. Dombey, slightly turning his head in his cravat, as if it were a socket, “you would have preferred a fire?” ( …   Useful english dictionary

  • cravat — noun a short, wide strip of fabric worn by men round the neck and tucked inside an open necked shirt. Derivatives cravatted adjective Origin C17: from Fr. cravate, from Cravate Croat , because of the scarf worn by Croatian mercenaries …   English new terms dictionary

  • cravat — n. 1 a scarf worn by men inside an open necked shirt. 2 hist. a necktie. Derivatives: cravatted adj. Etymology: F cravate f. G Krawat, Kroat f. Serbo Croatian Hrvat Croat …   Useful english dictionary

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