flat-cap definition

  • noun:
    • limit See Foolscap.
    • some sort of low-crowned limit formerly worn by all classes in The united kingdomt, and carried on in London after disuse somewhere else; -- hence, a citizen of London.
    • A cap with a reduced level crown.
    • Hence— A person wearing such a cap.
    • Less frequently, the toque worn by both women and men of wealthier classes into the sixteenth century.
    • a flat woolen cap with a stiff top
    • cap See Foolscap.
    • a type of low-crowned limit formerly donned by all courses in The united kingdomt, and continued in London after disuse somewhere else; -- thus, a citizen of London.
    • A cap with a minimal level crown.
    • thus— you wearing such a cap.
    • Less frequently, the toque worn by both men and women of wealthier classes into the sixteenth century.
    • a-flat woolen cap with a stiff peak
    • limit See Foolscap.
    • cap See Foolscap.
    • limit See Foolscap.
    • cap See Foolscap.
    • cap See Foolscap.
    • cap See Foolscap.
    • limit See Foolscap.
    • a type of low-crowned limit formerly donned by all classes in England, and carried on in London after disuse somewhere else; -- thus, a citizen of London.
    • some sort of low-crowned cap previously donned by all courses in England, and carried on in London after disuse somewhere else; -- hence, a citizen of London.
    • A kind of low-crowned cap formerly donned by all classes in The united kingdomt, and continued in London after disuse in other places; -- therefore, a citizen of London.
    • A kind of low-crowned cap formerly worn by all courses in England, and carried on in London after disuse somewhere else; -- hence, a citizen of London.
    • A cap with a reduced flat top.
    • A cap with a minimal level top.
    • some sort of low-crowned limit previously worn by all classes in The united kingdomt, and proceeded in London after disuse elsewhere; -- therefore, a citizen of London.
    • A cap with a reduced level top.
    • A cap with a minimal flat top.
    • a type of low-crowned limit previously donned by all classes in The united kingdomt, and proceeded in London after disuse in other places; -- therefore, a citizen of London.
    • some sort of low-crowned limit formerly donned by all classes in England, and proceeded in London after disuse in other places; -- ergo, a citizen of London.
    • ergo— an individual wearing these types of a cap.
    • A cap with a low flat crown.
    • limit See Foolscap.
    • thus— someone putting on such a cap.
    • thus— someone putting on such a cap.
    • Hence— you wearing such a cap.
    • A cap with a decreased flat crown.
    • A cap with a decreased level top.
    • Less frequently, the toque worn by both women and men regarding the wealthier courses in the sixteenth century.
    • Less generally, the toque worn by both men and women of wealthier classes in sixteenth century.
    • Less frequently, the toque donned by men and women of this wealthier courses in sixteenth century.
    • Less frequently, the toque donned by both men and women of the wealthier classes inside sixteenth century.
    • For this reason— an individual wearing these types of a cap.
    • Hence— an individual using these types of a cap.
    • a flat woolen cap with a stiff peak
    • Less commonly, the toque donned by both men and women regarding the wealthier classes in sixteenth century.
    • some sort of low-crowned cap formerly worn by all classes in England, and carried on in London after disuse elsewhere; -- for this reason, a citizen of London.
    • a-flat woolen cap with a stiff top
    • a set woolen cap with a stiff top
    • a set woolen limit with a stiff top
    • therefore— someone putting on such a cap.
    • A cap with the lowest flat top.
    • a set woolen cap with a stiff top
    • Less generally, the toque worn by men and women of wealthier classes inside sixteenth century.
    • Less generally, the toque donned by men and women of this wealthier classes in sixteenth century.
    • a set woolen cap with a stiff top
    • a-flat woolen cap with a stiff top
    • thus— someone wearing these types of a cap.
    • Less commonly, the toque donned by men and women of the wealthier courses within the sixteenth century.
    • a-flat woolen cap with a stiff peak
  • adjective:
    • cap paper, maybe not folded. See under Paper.
    • cap-paper, perhaps not collapsed. See under Paper.
    • cap paper, not collapsed. See under Paper.
    • cap paper, not collapsed. See under Paper.
    • cap paper, maybe not collapsed. See under Paper.
    • cap-paper, perhaps not folded. See under Paper.
    • cap-paper, maybe not folded. See under Paper.
    • cap paper, not folded. See under Paper.
    • cap paper, maybe not folded. See under Paper.
    • cap paper, perhaps not folded. See under Paper.

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