• WordNet 3.6
    • n turtleneck a sweater or jersey with a high close-fitting collar
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In poetry:

no trumpets, no solemn instauration, no change;
no commissions, ladies high in soulful praise
(pal) none,
costumes as usual, turtleneck sweaters, loafers,
in & among the busy Many who brays
art is if anything fun.
"Dream Song 125:" Bards freezing, naked, up to the neck in water"" by John Berryman

In news:

Ryan's college years: A Delt who liked turtlenecks.
Sporting a turtleneck, Paul Ryan, center, back row, is shown here in 1990 with his Miami University fraternity Delta Tau Delta, from the school's yearbook.
There's a guy in the basement of Bowery Ballroom who's wearing a black turtleneck.
The First Lady spoke alongside Labor Secretary Hilda Solis wearing a black turtleneck and a skirt embellished with ruffles and quilting.
The Turtlenecks You Can Actually Wear.
The fluorescent pink is an intense pop of color with black tights and a turtleneck.
Not so well-known is that behind the meteoric rise of the madcap Frenchman with the ubiquitous black turtleneck has been V.I.A.
Cotton turtleneck by Tommy Hilfiger, $148.
Nane Feist, Amirah Kassem and Eva Sohlman sporting black turtlenecks More Photos.
The Lonely Island, ' Turtleneck & Chain'.
Wearing a thick turtleneck , Duchess Kate stocked up on essentials at the grocery store Tuesday.
It wasn't just any turtleneck : Jobs preferred $175 St Croix cotton and microfiber mock black turtlenecks .
According to Bernhard Brenner, the founder of Knitcraft, St Croix's parent company, Jobs bought about two dozen black turtlenecks each year.
Instead those blazers (and turtlenecks, even worse.
Punch up a turtleneck and jeans with a jacket made of plush sweatshirt fabric.