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snood

 (sno͞od)
n.
1. A bag typically made of net fabric that is worn at the back of the head to keep hair in place.
2. A wide, loose, tubular scarf.
3. A headband or fillet.
4. A fleshy wrinkled fold of skin that hangs down over a turkey's beak.
tr.v. snood·ed, snood·ing, snoods
To hold (the hair) in place with a snood.

[Middle English snod, headband, from Old English snōd; see (s)nē- in Indo-European roots.]

snood

(snuːd)
n
1. (Clothing & Fashion) a pouchlike hat, often of net, loosely holding a woman's hair at the back
2. (Clothing & Fashion) a headband, esp one formerly worn by young unmarried women in Scotland
3. (Veterinary Science) vet science a long fleshy appendage that hangs over the upper beak of turkeys
vb
(Clothing & Fashion) (tr) to hold (the hair) in a snood
[Old English snōd; of obscure origin]

snood

(snud)

n.
1. the distinctive headband formerly worn by young unmarried women in Scotland and N England.
2. a headband for the hair.
3. a netlike hat or part of a hat or fabric that holds or covers the back of a woman's hair.
[before 900; Old English snōd]

snood


Past participle: snooded
Gerund: snooding

Imperative
snood
snood
Present
I snood
you snood
he/she/it snoods
we snood
you snood
they snood
Preterite
I snooded
you snooded
he/she/it snooded
we snooded
you snooded
they snooded
Present Continuous
I am snooding
you are snooding
he/she/it is snooding
we are snooding
you are snooding
they are snooding
Present Perfect
I have snooded
you have snooded
he/she/it has snooded
we have snooded
you have snooded
they have snooded
Past Continuous
I was snooding
you were snooding
he/she/it was snooding
we were snooding
you were snooding
they were snooding
Past Perfect
I had snooded
you had snooded
he/she/it had snooded
we had snooded
you had snooded
they had snooded
Future
I will snood
you will snood
he/she/it will snood
we will snood
you will snood
they will snood
Future Perfect
I will have snooded
you will have snooded
he/she/it will have snooded
we will have snooded
you will have snooded
they will have snooded
Future Continuous
I will be snooding
you will be snooding
he/she/it will be snooding
we will be snooding
you will be snooding
they will be snooding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been snooding
you have been snooding
he/she/it has been snooding
we have been snooding
you have been snooding
they have been snooding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been snooding
you will have been snooding
he/she/it will have been snooding
we will have been snooding
you will have been snooding
they will have been snooding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been snooding
you had been snooding
he/she/it had been snooding
we had been snooding
you had been snooding
they had been snooding
Conditional
I would snood
you would snood
he/she/it would snood
we would snood
you would snood
they would snood
Past Conditional
I would have snooded
you would have snooded
he/she/it would have snooded
we would have snooded
you would have snooded
they would have snooded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.snood - an ornamental net in the shape of a bag that confines a woman's hairsnood - an ornamental net in the shape of a bag that confines a woman's hair; pins or ties at the back of the head
meshwork, meshing, network, mesh, net - an open fabric of string or rope or wire woven together at regular intervals
Translations

snood

[snuːd] N (= band) → cintillo m; (= net) → redecilla f

snood

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References in classic literature ?
asked Phebe, looking up at her guest and wondering how life could be dull to a girl who wore a silk frock, a daintily frilled apron, a pretty locket, and had her hair tied up with a velvet snood.
They looked very well in their simple suits, Meg's in silvery drab, with a blue velvet snood, lace frills, and the pearl pin.
Her sash was only a wide ribbon, tied in a simple bow, and nothing but a blue snood in the pretty curls.
Not sure we'll be wearing snoods this autumn Jean Paul Gaultier Haute Couture Fall/ Winter 2017
But while the Lilywhites boss is OK with gloves being worn, he has banned his team from wearing snoods.
From fluffy throws to cuddly onesies and super-soft slippers to rugged parkas, waterproof boots and glamorous snoods, we've found cold weather kit for all the family.
It's all about faking it, with cosy synthetic fabric featuring on gilets, snoods, collars, hats, scarves, and boots.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter said snoods were a "dangerous" safety risk and could "hang somebody".
GOAL-LINE technology may be in, but snoods and beach balls could be out after a crunch weekend in the world of football.
London, Feb 5(ANI): FIFA is set to discuss whether snoods, neck-warmers, should be banned on health and safety grounds at an International Football Association Board (IFAB) meeting.
Summary: It has emerged that footballers could be banned from wearing snoods on safety grounds.