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a scarf: a garment worn around the head or neck or shoulders for warmth or decoration
The plural of 'scarf' is scarves.
- "Professor Hyppolyte Fabuleux said 'Ever since the French flu pandemic of 1873, our nation has worn scarves to protect against the common cold and flu."
- "Very tasteful collection of scarves."
- "I have a couple of Herpès scarves in pastel shades."
- "I've been looking for a nice satin scarf like that for aeons."
- "The scarf measures 50cm in length and is designed to fit around the necks of most birds (except ostriches and emus, which require modified versions of the scarf)."
- "I am using my last silk scarf to write you this note, please forgive the ink-stained fabric."
- "It's mostly accessories actually: scarves, belts, cufflinks, handbags: that kind of thing."
- "Spencer : Oh what a gorgeous scarf!"
- "The scarf would protect the birds by preventing them from breathing in infected air particles."
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