cloth cap

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a flat woolen cap with a stiff peak


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CAPPED David wears cloth cap as he jets in to France
Journalists mistook the deerstalker for a workman's cloth cap, which Hardie then obtained, and the cloth cap has endured as a potent class symbol."
At exactly 57 seconds into the reel the camera focuses on a little old man in a tall cloth cap, surrounded by attendants, as he slowly ambles toward the camera, barely looking up.
This customary attire that started as a simple cloth cap mostly tailored in black fabric transitioned brilliantly and its evolved orientations has served greatly to bridge any potential discrepancies in its popularity.
Once again, your letter writers bemoan the hijacking of the title "engineer" by those of the cloth cap, greasy boiler-suited persuasion.
He was black, in his 40s, and wearing a cloth cap, a light shirt, grey jacket and suit trousers, and black shoes.
When he was last seen, McLaughlin - who is diabetic and has a heart condition - was wearing a cloth cap and a red and blue jacket.
Allotments are no longer just the manor of the old-school cloth cap brigade.
My checking on gild paid another dividend, the new slang noun gimme cap: "A cloth cap with a bill, adorned with the name of an organization or a product logo: 'one-size-fits-all gimme caps' (Charles Leerhsen)."
My dad was brought up in the 'Cloth Cap', hardworking brigade with true working class values.
The Bunnet, so called because of his trademark cloth cap, rescued the club in 1994.
His downtrodden little man character, twiddling his cloth cap and doing prat falls, became a cult in communist Albania, where his were the only Western films allowed.