A narrow fabric band of varying length worn around the neck and tied in a knot or bow close to the throat.(noun)
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Use "necktie" in a sentence
"Discussing his work in the first chapter, Pi says that a necktie is a noose, and he mentions some of the things that he misses about India (in spite of his love for Canada)."
"For example, the necktie is part of the uniform of uniformed police officers."
"The necktie is crucial in the willy waving contests that are business and politics."