Definition of Toboggan cap
1. Noun. A close-fitting woolen cap; often has a tapering tail with a tassel.
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Literary usage of Toboggan cap
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Spool Knitting by Mary A. McCormack (1909)
"toboggan cap To make a cap five inches long and four inches wide, knit eighty-four inches of flat web. ..."
2. Proceedings of the American Society for Psychical Research by American Society for Psychical Research (1912)
"Do you know a curly haired dark eyed boy. wearing white stocking toboggan cap with tassel on the end. (No I don't know him.) I see a little boy about five ..."
3. This Side of Paradise by Francis Scott Fitzgerald (1920)
"... after many applications of oil and dirt assumed their mature color, a dirty, greenish brown; he wore a gray plaid mackinaw coat, and a red toboggan cap. ..."
4. Handbook of Nature-study for Teachers and Parents: Based on the Cornell by Anna Botsford Comstock (1911)
"The bud itself is covered with a peaked cap, like a Brownie's toboggan cap stuffed full to the tip. It is the shape of an old-fashioned candle extinguisher; ..."
5. The New England Magazine by Making of America Project (1902)
""Oh, Miss Randolph," he called, and I turned to find Mr. Dexter, looking most picturesque in high boots and jersey, and a scarlet toboggan cap on his dark ..."
6. The Yale Literary Magazine by Lyman Hotchkiss Bagg, Yale University (1917)
"I dreamed of her continuously, and always she was dressed, as all good French-Canadiennes in America must be, in a red toboggan cap from under which curls ..."
7. O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories by Blanche Colton Williams, Harry Hansen, Society of Arts and Sciences (U.S.), Herschel Brickell (1921)
"In the storeroom over the back kitchen she unhooked Duncan's mackinaw and found her own toboggan-cap. From a corner behind some fishing-rods she salvaged a ..."