Definition of Toquets
1. toquet [n] - See also: toquet
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Toquets
Literary usage of Toquets
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Young Englishwoman: A Volume of Pure Literature, New Fashions, and Pretty (1867)
"... at the beginning of the season, but now we scarcely see any but toquets ¡я ... between these two is that toquets are quite round, and that berets 1. ..."
2. The ladies' cabinet of fashion, music & romance (1847)
"A great variety of evening head-dresses have already appeared; they are all of great richness,—turbans,' toquets, toques, petits bords, and a number of ..."
3. Brittany & Its Byways: Some Account of Its Inhabitants and Its Antiquities by Bury Palliser (1869)
"... is dated 1610; the numerous figures are all in the grotesque costume of the period, with ruffs, toquets, trained gowns, and scalloped jackets. ..."