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Definition of Tricornered
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Literary usage of Tricornered
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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1893)
"... gold-headed cane, tie, wig, and tricornered cocked - hat, were classic objects in Keith for many a long year. He was looked upon with fear and respect, ..."
2. Appletons' Journal (1877)
"The Caffe of the Codini is the favored spot where assemble the queues and tricornered hats. The catalogue might be indefinitely extended. ..."
3. Roba Di Roma by William Wetmore Story (1887)
"... the Caffe of the Codini, where queues and tricornered black hats gather, and speak in louder and more assured tones ; the Caffe Nazzari. where strangers ..."
4. Costume Design and Illustrationby Ethel Traphagen by Ethel Traphagen (1918)
"OUTLINE OF HISTORIC COSTUME had red heels, and a tricornered hat was worn. See Fig. 104. The costumes of the reign of Louis XVI from 1774 to 1792 were ..."
5. Costume Design and Illustrationby Ethel Traphagen by Ethel Traphagen (1918)
"had red heels, and a tricornered hat was worn. See Fig. 164. The costumes of the reign of Louis XVI from 1774 to 1792 were exaggerations of the costumes of ..."