adjective see brim I

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  • Brimless — Brim less, a. Having no brim; as, brimless caps. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • brimless — adjective without a brim a brimless hat • Pertains to noun: ↑brim …   Useful english dictionary

  • brimless — adjective Having no brim …   Wiktionary

  • brimless — adj. having no edges …   English contemporary dictionary

  • brimless — brim·less …   English syllables

  • toque — /tohk/, n. 1. a brimless and close fitting hat for women, in any of several shapes. 2. a velvet hat with a narrow, sometimes turned up brim, a full crown, and usually a plume, worn by men and women esp. in 16th century France. 3. tuque. [1495… …   Universalium

  • Bonnet (headgear) — A bonnet is a kind of headgear which is usually brimless. Only a few kinds of bonnets are still worn today, most commonly by babies.BabiesThe most common kind of bonnet worn today is a soft headcovering for babies. They are shaped similarly to… …   Wikipedia

  • Pileus (hat) — The pileus (plural, pilei ), also pilleus or pilleum, was, in Ancient Greece, where it was the pilidion , and in Rome, a brimless, felt cap, somewhat similar to a fez. The pilleolus was a smaller cap, similar to a skullcap. It was especially… …   Wikipedia

  • Hood — • A flexible, conical, brimless head dress, covering the entire head, except the face Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Hood     Hood     † …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • kamelaukion — ˌkäməˈlau̇kˌyȯn, au̇kēˌȯn noun ( s) Etymology: Middle Greek kamēlaukion, alteration (probably influenced by Greek kamēlos camel) of Late Greek kamelaukion : a tall brimless hat worn by priests and monks in some Eastern rites * * * /kah mee lahf …   Useful english dictionary

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