a plural of scarf1 .
noun, plural scarfs, scarves
[skahrvz] /skɑrvz/ (Show IPA)
a long, broad strip of wool, silk, lace, or other material worn about the neck, shoulders, or head, for ornament or protection against cold, drafts, etc.; muffler.
a necktie or cravat with hanging ends.
a long cover or ornamental cloth for a bureau, table, etc.
verb (used with object)
to cover or wrap with or as if with a scarf.
to use in the manner of a scarf.
noun, plural scarfs.
a tapered or otherwise-formed end on each of the pieces to be assembled with a scarf joint.
Whaling. a strip of skin along the body of the whale.
verb (used with object)
to assemble with a scarf joint.
to form a scarf on (the end of a timber).
Steelmaking. to burn away the surface defects of (newly rolled steel).
Whaling. to make a groove in and remove (the blubber and skin).
a plural of scarf1
noun (pl) scarves (skɑːvz), scarfs
a rectangular, triangular, or long narrow piece of cloth worn around the head, neck, or shoulders for warmth or decoration
verb (transitive) (rare)
to wrap with or as if with a scarf
to use as or in the manner of a scarf
noun (pl) scarfs
Also called scarf joint, scarfed joint. a lapped joint between two pieces of timber made by notching or grooving the ends and strapping, bolting, or gluing the two pieces together
the end of a piece of timber shaped to form such a joint
(NZ) a wedge-shaped cut made in a tree before felling, to determine the direction of the fall
(whaling) an incision made along a whale’s body before stripping off the blubber
to join (two pieces of timber) by means of a scarf
to make a scarf on (a piece of timber)
to cut a scarf in (a whale)
adjective, scarier, scariest. 1. causing fright or alarm. 2. easily frightened; timid. adjective (informal) scarier, scariest 1. causing fear or alarm; frightening 2. easily roused to fear; timid scary
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noun, Football. 1. a fast and agile running back, often small in stature, skilled at eluding tacklers. scatback