bowtie

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Two bowties, not tied.

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A man wearing a red bowtie.

bowtie (plural bowties)

  1. A man's necktie tied in a bow around the throat.
  2. (US) A kind of road intersection. See Bowtie (road).

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bowtie (not comparable)

  1. Having the shape that the displayed part of a bowtie does when the latter is tied.
    The corkscrew pasta holds the cheese sauce better, but all I had in the cupboard was bowtie pasta.

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