flat cap


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flat cap

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flatcap

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1. (Clothing & Fashion) another name for cloth cap1
2. (Clothing & Fashion) an Elizabethan man's hat with a narrow down-turned brim
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Noun1.flat cap - a flat woolen cap with a stiff peakflat cap - a flat woolen cap with a stiff peak
cap - a tight-fitting headdress
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flat cap

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References in classic literature ?
Aramis, in a black gown, his head enveloped in a sort of round flat cap, not much unlike a CALOTTE, was seated before an oblong table, covered with rolls of paper and enormous volumes in folio.
He is described as a mixed-race man wearing a flat cap, a dark doublebreasted jacket and baggy trousers.
You couldn't imagine Del Boy Trotter without his smart flattie but the kids who wear them back to front don't seem to have quite grasped flat cap technology.
Police are looking for a white man, aged about 30, 5ft 5in, who was wearing a flat cap and a black T-shirt with a white motif.
SPORTING a flat cap and killer heels, Nancy Dell'Olio was nursing a hangover yesterday after reports that cheating lover Sven Goran Eriksson has been secretly calling old flame Faria Alam.
He was referring in jest to my flat cap which I had donned to protect my head from the chilly winds cutting across Whitmore Bay.
This revolution on the flat cap feeder market will be available in the sport cap version in early 2011.
So we can only assume one of the world's sexiest men was trying to hide behind this flat cap and specs at a basketball game with actress lover Jessica Biel.
Wearing a flat cap tilted to one side, he had a St Helens accent.
Probably Wales' most famous flat cap man is indeed a Dai Cap: Dai Jones, Llanilar, never seen without cap and stick.
His accomplice wore a grey flat cap with black detail, black shorts and white trainers with white stripes.