A snood or fillet of blue ribbon confined her luxuriant hair.
A northern term for a snood or link of horse-hair for a fishing-line.
If the snood does not break you have him dangling in the air.
It is the rich materials of snood, plaid, and brooch that betray her birth.
Tied round the wimple they sometimes had a snood, or band of silk.
A snood, or bandeau of riband or worsted tape, was the only head-dress for maidens.
He stooped, and in the reeds he found an inch-long fragment of ribbon—of a snood.
Her hair was bound with the "snood," the usual head-dress of Scottish maidens.
The hair is parted and worn low in a snood, or by young women, flowing.
Now your snood is slipping over his nose; it tickles him; he enjoys it, and shuts his eyes.