Recent Examples of ascot from the Web
They are dressed in muted, vaguely psychedelic garb, ascots and striped trousers.
Turnbull & Asser had no ties like that in its line, and at first, the label’s representatives suggested an ascot in its place.
But the production is well served by its costume supervisor, Holly Henshaw, fluent in tiaras, tweeds, ascots and drapey dresses.
So come on Boo Boo Kitty—loosen up that ascot and let’s binge-watch Empire.
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Origin and Etymology of ascot
First Known Use: 1894See Words from the same year
Definition of Ascot
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Definition of ascot for English Language Learners
: a thin scarf worn by men that is folded into a loop under the chin
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