brimless


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Adj.1.brimless - without a brim; "a brimless hat"
References in classic literature ?
'I'll run for a doctor'--said Kit, seizing his brimless hat.
It was a tall round hat from Zimmerman's, but completely worn out, rusty with age, all torn and bespattered, brimless and bent on one side in a most unseemly fashion.
They wear a coarse robe, an ugly, brimless stove-pipe of a hat, and go without shoes.
It is frequently worn with a brimless Kufi cap, which is worn in Islamic communities in Africa.
Protruding from the armor is an unsheathed sword topped by a Phrygian cap, which is a brimless, limp stocking cap originally worn in the 12th century BC by some people in what is now Turkey and often seen today on garden gnomes.
Subischial or brimless sockets have been proposed to shift the proximal brim of the socket below the ischium to decrease impingement between the socket and pelvis and potentially increase hip ROM and comfort.
Through his exhibition, the artist tries to bridge between past and present by focusing on the tarboush, a brimless hat worn in Egypt until the early 20th century.
Sporting the 'Kippah', the trademark Jewish small brimless cloth cap, Netanyahu was warmly welcomed by the present Rabbi Israel Kozlovsky, his wife Chaya Kozlovsky, co-directors of Chabad House, and other officials, in the afternoon where he came to pay homage to the victims of the terror strikes.
Which brimless hat is named after the former capital of Morocco?
It is finished with a songkok, a brimless hat usually of dark velvet.
From her bag, Winnie produces toothpaste and brush, mirror, spectacles, medicine, lipstick, "a small ornate brimless hat with crumpled-feather" (p.
A top Jewish leader in French port city of Marseille urged Jews Tuesday to avoid wearing traditional skullcap, known as kippa, a day after a teen attacked a Jewish teacher wearing the brimless cap and carrying a Torah.