adjective see visor

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • visorless — adjective Without a visor …   Wiktionary

  • visorless — adj. having no visor …   English contemporary dictionary

  • visorless — vi·sor·less …   English syllables

  • visorless — (r)lə̇s adjective : having no visor …   Useful english dictionary

  • visor — visorless, adj. /vuy zeuhr/, n. 1. Armor. a. (on a close helmet) a piece having slits or holes for vision, situated above and pivoted with a beaver or a ventail and beaver. See diag. under close helmet. b. a similar piece of plate having holes or …   Universalium

  • Sailor cap — Russian Navy s sailor cap. A sailor cap is a round, flat visorless hat worn by sailors in many of the world s navies. A tally, an inscribed black silk ribbon, is tied around the base which usually bears the name of a ship or a navy. The cap may… …   Wikipedia

  • Cerevis — Cer e*vis (s[e^]r [ e]*v[i^]s; G. ts[e^]r [ e]*v[=e]s ), n. [G., fr. L. cerevisia, cervisia, beer.] A small visorless cap, worn by members of German student corps. It is made in the corps colors, and usually bears the insignia of the corps.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • beret — noun Etymology: French béret, from Gascon berret, from Old Occitan, cap more at biretta Date: 1827 a visorless usually woolen cap with a tight headband and a soft full flat top …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • garrison cap — noun Date: 1944 a visorless folding cap worn as part of a military uniform compare service cap …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • visor — also vizor noun Etymology: Middle English viser, from Anglo French, from vis face more at visage Date: 14th century 1. the front piece of a helmet; especially a movable upper piece 2. a. a face mask b. disguise 3 …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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