white tie and tails

NOUN
  1. formalwear consisting of full evening dress for men
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How To Use white tie and tails In A Sentence

  • To let us know that he's sophisticated and wicked, Fred has a monocle and cigarette holder to go along with his white tie and tails.
  • He came faultlessly dressed in the formal white tie and tails, nor did he regale us with wise-cracking anecdotes about the music or some of his funny experiences in the past.
  • In an earlier edition, this also appeared: "Even George W Bush, who tried to portray himself as a homespun Texas rancher, would put on white tie and tails when banqueting with the Queen of England" Cameron has spent years trying to play down his privileged background ..., 22 April, page 5, G2. Corrections and clarifications
  • Even George W Bush, who tried to portray himself as a homespun Texas rancher, would put on white tie and tails when banqueting with the Queen of England. David Cameron reverts to type for the royal wedding | Alexander Chancellor
  • Fred was top hat, white tie and tails, Gene was a baseball cap, T-shirt and jeans.
  • He rejects the convention of wearing white tie and tails, preferring to conduct in a loose, floppy shirt that better suits his loose, floppy style.
  • He was in top hat, white tie and tails - attire with which a cane is optional.
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