hoody


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hoody

(ˈhʊdɪ)
n, pl -dies
a variant spelling of hoodie
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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.
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THE US Ambassador to Britain was presented with a hoody when he made his first visit to Birmingham.
Among other lightweight UPF pieces, Simms introduced its Currents Hoody in the company's spring 2014 collection.
Featured in the back-to-school issue of Girls' Life magazine, the Prepster Pineapple sweatshirt is a fleece pullover hoody made from super soft yet durable cotton.
He was clean shaven and wore a dark hoody with a baseball cap underneath it.
One of the older boys had spiky blonde hair and was wearing a light blue hoody.
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.
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.
The main suspect in the e-fit, is described as being mixed race, between 18 and 21 years old, 5ft 10ins to 6ft tall, slim and was wearing a grey or dark blue hoody.
He was wearing a dark-blue hoody and black trousers.