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Synonyms for tam-o'-shanter

a woolen cap of Scottish origin


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The jacket, tam-o'-shanter and pair of woollen gloves worn in the 1963 robbery mustered a top bid of only about pounds 650, well below the guide price of pounds 1,000 to pounds 1,500, at the sale in Knowle, near Solihull, West Midlands.
Sporting a tam-o'-shanter cap and a rain jacket, the president shook hands and signed a few autographs for other golfers before his motorcade headed back to Camp David.
We want to get over to people that you don't have to wear a kilt and a tam-o'-shanter to support us.
However, later that afternoon, Jimmy and Margy went into the Tam-o'-Shanter pub, and in walked the tall man in the trilby.
But don't panic, we're not expecting you to rush out and purchase a tam-o'-shanter to team with your kilt.
The only minus points in this impressive operation is that staff in the Left Bank shops have to wear silly tam-o'-shanter hats and the hotel's tasteless French butter provides a minor drawback to the cuisine provided by award-winning master chef Stuart McLeod.
Stewart, 42, was one of the most recognizable players in golf because he wore traditional knickers and a tam-o'-shanter hat.
But before you grab a tam-o'-shanter and drape yourself in colourful plaid, here's a word of warning.
Beret - Actually, this pancake-flat hat that's supposed to be pulled down over the forehead is a variation on the tam-o'-shanter cap, with a small pompon in the center of the crown.
Cornelius Horan, 56, wore a tam-o'-shanter, kilt and religious placards during the stunt.
A JACKET, woollen gloves and tam-o'-shanter worn by an unknown member of the train gang failed yesterday to reach a guide price of about pounds 1,500 at a sale at Knowle, West Midlands.
But I do have a family heirloom: a tam-o'-shanter that was passed down from my great-grandmother.