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She was walking quickly, pressing forward, wrapped in a fur mantle, with a Shetland snood drawn round her face.
Her long tresses bound only by the pale blue snood of the Scottish maiden, waved around her.
BARON BRUNOLOUISA MORGAN
To each line were fastened eight or ten snoods: a snood is a short line with a hook at the end.
In less than an hour the boy caught a two-pounder having in its jaws the identical snood which the father had lost.
DAYS IN THE OPENLATHAN A. CRANDALL
A young lady in a long dress, wearing mittens, on her head the snood of a Russian maiden.
If the snood does not break you have him dangling in the air.
WILD LIFE NEAR HOMEDALLAS LORE SHARP
It is the rich materials of snood, plaid, and brooch that betray her birth.
THE LADY OF THE LAKESIR WALTER SCOTT
Maidens until the last few years never wore caps, bonnets, or other headgear, only a ribbon or snood to keep the hair in place.
GAIRLOCH IN NORTH-WEST ROSS-SHIREJOHN H. DIXON, F.S.A. SCOT
The snood was a band which a Scottish maiden wore in her hair as a sign of her maidenhood.
It was caught across the throat with a scarlet snood, and hung loosely from the shoulders.
WHIP AND SPURGEORGE E. WARING

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lackadaisicaladjective | [lak-uh-dey-zi-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION