from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A plural of scarf1.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of scarf.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete plural of scarf.
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Meanwhile, at Westminster Tube station, disconsolate penguins swathed in scarves waited in vain for a train to Stanmore.
My calculator informs me that the cost to equip 1500 people with the scarves is £19,500.
The French luxury-goods giant's € 1.45 billion ($2.02 billion) acquisition of a 17% stake in Hermes International, best known for its hand-stitched leather goods and silk scarves, is shrewd considering opportunities in the tightly held sector are rare.
Some of the coin scarves are so heavy they fall right off.
It was so fantastic being among all those crowds of people, and everyone bundled up in scarves and coats looking all wintery.
Oh, he’d seen her before, wrapped in scarves, coming out of her father’s Lincoln.
I thought I was hiding them well: I hunched, crossed my arms, wore eighty scarves, that is until one day when Henry, who ironically enough is the son of a very famous pornographic magazine editor, approached me in the hallway and announced: "Damn, you have huge tits!"
We all tied colorful silk coin scarves around our hips and gingerly tried our first hip drops and shimmies.
Women of all different ages, shapes, and sizes, we were free to spin and shimmy with sherbet-colored coin scarves tied around our hips and no one judged us.
Katy at Creating Misericordia is working on reusable gift wrap made out of scarves, which is very green of her.