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1A hooded sweatshirt, jacket, or other top:‘sporty track pants and lurex-striped hoodies’
- ‘I just had to take my hoody off and put it in my bag.’
- ‘On her top half she was wearing a hoody much like my own.’
- ‘As he was strolling through, he felt a tug on the back of his hoody.’
- ‘As he was pulling the hoody over his head the shirt rode up a little and I noticed that the last few buttons on the bottom of his shirt were undone.’
- ‘He stood up and pulled off his hoody and t-shirt before I could stop him.’
- ‘One of the robbers was white, 5ft 11 in tall, aged mid to late 20s and was wearing light blue jeans and a grey hoody with trainers.’
- ‘She then pulled her favorite hoody over her shirt.’
- ‘She had on a pair of slightly baggy jeans and a black hoody.’
- ‘Aaron was wearing ripped jeans and a grey hoody.’
- ‘She grabbed a hoody off the top of her laundry basket and walked downstairs.’
- ‘She removed her hoody slowly and let it fall to her carpeted floor.’
- ‘I slipped into bed in my gray cotton pants and a navy hoody.’
- ‘I applied new eyeliner, and changed into a pair of comfy pants and a hoody.’
- ‘I stuffed my foot into my shoe, pulled on my hoody, and turned around to brush my hair in front of the mirror.’
- ‘Frantically, he felt through his jean pockets and then the pockets of his hoody in search of stray pieces of paper.’
- 1.1informal A person, especially a youth, wearing a hooded top.
- ‘The Shadow Home Secretary made a distinctly off-message joke on the conference stage about hugging hoodies.’
- ‘At least with his old look hoodies would have been too frightened to have thumped him.’
- ‘In almost total darkness, a hoodie was lurking.’
- ‘We know now why he wanted to hug a hoodie: for professional consultation!’
- ‘You will find the occasional black girl or young Asian professional walking the fells, but hoodies and gold teeth are pretty rare.’
- ‘It's all hoodies with pit bulls and fat girlfriends with stomach buttons showing.’
- ‘Take his commitment to end child poverty or his beloved hoodies.’
- ‘For Cameron the solution is to " hug a hoodie ".’
- ‘The heartbroken mum of a teenage boy gunned down by hoodies wept last night as she paid tribute to her "quiet" son.’
- ‘If he were a young man, he would be a hoodie.’
- ‘Two hoodies climbed over the wall into Thomond Park, possibly with spades yesterday, in broad daylight between 5 & 6pm.’
- ‘First, there was the sour reception for his "hug a hoodie" speech.’
- ‘Brown may want to distance himself from the fuzzy warmth of the man who invented " hug a hoodie ".’
- ‘I read some of the other comments he made, like ' hug a hoodie ', and I thought, wait a minute.’
- ‘Yards from where he died I encounter two hoodies (neither were involved in the incident).’
- ‘There are wonderfully inventive new phrases turned every day by writers, comedians, rap artists and hoodies.’
- ‘Michael Caine plays a septuagenarian vigilante who massacres South London hoodies.’
- ‘I've also got one of Port Seton for the young boy, the hoodie, who stopped and later came to the hospital.’
- ‘The streets of London are full of the hoodies with knives.’
- ‘Strolling through the subway home, even the little hoodies hanging around don't seem as obnoxious in this weather.’
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