|Nice snood, dude. Photo: Wikimedia Commons|
|Turkey traffic on my bike commute. Such a snood!|
It turns out that a snood also describes a range of head- and neck-wear:
- A snood is an ornamental or fabric hairnet that covers the back of a women's head or her pinned-up hair.
- A snood is also used to describe a crocheted item you might put on a dog's head.
- More commonly, though, a snood is wide ring of knitted material that is worn around the neck or over the head, akin to a large, close-looped scarf.
And it looks a lot better than a big dangly bit over your nose.
|Photo: Courtanai on Etsy.com|