tricornered


Related to tricornered: Steeple hat

tri·cor·nered

 (trī′kôr′nərd)
adj.
Having three corners.

tri•cor•nered

(ˈtraɪˌkɔr nərd)

adj.
three-cornered; tricorn.
[1810–20]
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I noticed then the ubiquity of Spain's military police, the Guardia Civil, with their distinctive tricornered hats and automatic weapons.
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I disagree with him but you gotta give him credit," said Victor Meyer, a delegate from Kent, Washington, wearing a tricornered hat and tights and standing on his tiptoes, straining to get a snapshot of himself with Nader.