Definition of 'neckcloth'
Example sentences containing 'neckcloth'
He was a man of such rigid refinement, that he would have starved rather than have dined without a white neckcloth.Vanity Fair (1837) SOMEDAY MY PRINCE (1999)
His face had fallen in, and was unshorn; his frill and neckcloth hung limp under his bagging waistcoat.Vanity Fair (1837)
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