hoody


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hoody

(ˈhʊdɪ)
n, pl -dies
a variant spelling of hoodie
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I sported the Timberline Pant, Core Lightweight Crew LS and Core Heavyweight Hoody on a recent hunt, and the typical bunching excess fabric was nowhere to be found.
He had a tribal tattoo on the left hand side of his neck and was wearing a black hoody.
Tenders are invited for Providing Housekeeping services to HRD Centre, KPTCL, Hoody, Bengaluru.
ARC'TERYX ATOM LT HOODY This jacket for men and women is being billed as an "essential" item for all outdoorsy people.
But Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence kept a lowprofile in a grey hoody, flat shoes and loose black trousers for a night out in London with Brit boyfriend Nicholas Hoult.
Among other lightweight UPF pieces, Simms introduced its Currents Hoody in the company's spring 2014 collection.
THE US Ambassador to Britain was presented with a hoody when he made his first visit to Birmingham.
The first teenager is described as white, of average build, 15-16 years old, around 5ft 8ins tall, with short brown hair and wearing a hoody with the word "Superdry" in white lettering across the front.
Indeed, it has been suggested that in order to neutralise such a threat we should be prepared to hug a hoody.
Aundrea Rosdal's inspiration for the Hotty Hoody came from a scary accident in 1997.
One of the older boys had spiky blonde hair and was wearing a light blue hoody.