balaclava

[n] - a cap that is close-fitting and woolen and covers all of the head but the face
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balaclava

balaclava helmet noun a cap that is close-fitting and woolen and covers all of the head but the face
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Balaclava

A form-fitting hood (fleece, wool, or synthetic) that covers not only the head but also the face and neck, it can be worn as a cap or pulled down over the ears to protect your face from wind.
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Balaclava

Balaclava is London Cockney rhyming slang for sexual intercourse (charver).
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balaclava

A knit cap that covers the head and neck, leaving a slot for the eyes that can be pulled down, leaving nose and mouth open.
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Balaclava

The balaclava is a knitted or sometimes crocheted helmet-like head covering, with various degrees of facial covering. Balaclavas are popular for disguising the wearer's identity among criminals and members of the armed forces such as the SAS.
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Balaclava

[clothing] A balaclava ə, also known as a balaclava helmet or ski mask, is a form of cloth headgear designed to expose only part of the face. Depending on style and how it`s worn only the eyes, mouth and nose, or just the front of the face are unprotected. Versions with a full face opening may be rolled into a hat to cover the crown of the...
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Balaclava

A facemask worn to cover exposed skin. A key extra whenever you are caught riding a lift in fierce, driving wind or snow.
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Balaclava

A Balaclava is a thin pull-over head and neck cover with eye slits for winter usage under a motorcyc
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balaclava

a thin hood that covers the head and neck with an opening for the face. It
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