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Definition of Cravatted

Cravatted
Cravatted Cra*vat`ted (kr?-v?t"t?d), a. Wearing a cravat. The young men faultlessly appointed, handsomely cravatted. --Thackeray.

Meaning of Cravatted from wikipedia

- Cravat, cravate or cravats may refer to: Cravat (early), forerunner neckband of the modern necktie Cravat, British name for what in American English is...
- The cravat (/krəˈvæt/) is a neckband, the forerunner of the modern tailored necktie and bow tie, originating from a style worn by members of the 17th century...
- in British English called a cravat, or sometimes as a day cravat to distinguish it from the formal ascot or dress cravat. The casual form is made from...
- January 10, 1912 – January 29, 1994), better known by his stage name Nick Cravat, was an American actor and stunt performer. Nicholas Cuccia was born in...
- The Cravats are an English punk rock band originally from Redditch, England, founded in 1977. The 'classic' line up of Robin Dallaway (vocals, guitar)...
- The Cravat Regiment (Croatian: Kravat pukovnija) is a guard of honour based in Zagreb, Croatia. Beginning in 2010, the regiment has regularly performed...
- the ascot, bow, bolo, zipper tie, cravat, and knit. The modern necktie, ascot, and bow tie are descended from the cravat. Neckties are generally unsized...
- Cravat (1935–1954) was an American record-setting Thoroughbred racehorse who won races on both dirt and turf that today are Grade 1 events. In the U.S...
- removed at night or if the patient is in a resting position. Also known as a cravat bandage, a triangular bandage is a piece of cloth put into a right-angled...
- gentlemen to secure the folds of their cravats. Tie pins were first po****rized at the beginning of the 19th century. Cravats were made of silk, satin, lace and...