Definition of Tuque

1. n. A kind of warm cap winter wear, made from a knit bag with closed tapered ends by pushing one end within the other, thus making a conical cap of double thickness.



Definition of Tuque

1. Noun. (Canada) (alternative form of toque) ¹

2. Noun. A watch cap. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Tuque

1. a knitted woolen cap [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tuque

tupo
tupos
tupped
tuppence
tuppence-worth
tuppence worth
tuppences
tuppenceworth
tuppenny
tuppenny-ha'penny
tuppeny
tupping
tups
tupuna
tupunas
tuque (current term)
tuques
tur
turacin
turacins
turaco
turacoes
turacos
turacou
turacous
turacoverdin
turakoo
turanians
turanite
turanose

Literary usage of Tuque

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1. The Laurentians: The Hills of the Habitant by Thomas Morris Longstreth (1922)
"About one-third of the credit for this is due to La tuque. Marriage may be a lottery, but in marriage at least some of the constant factors are constant ..."

2. Isis Unveiled: A Master Key to the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Science by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1919)
"... warning to the Trojan hero, and orders him to draw his sword and clear himself a passage through the dense crowd of flitting forms: "tuque invade mam, ..."

3. A Book of Winter Sports: An Attempt to Catch the Spirit of the Keen Joys of by J. C. Dier (1912)
"We ask no better kind of fun than on the swift snow-shoe, With chaps who never shirk a tramp, who wear the bright "tuque bleue." Chorus Lightly dipping ..."

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