Definition of Garrison cap
1. Noun. A wedge-shaped wool or cotton cap; worn as part of a uniform.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Garrison Cap
Literary usage of Garrison cap
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. U.S. Army Facts and Insignia: How to Recognize Rank and Service in the Army by Valdemar Edward Paulsen (1918)
"CAP ORNAMENTS On the service cap, usually called the garrison cap, all officers wear a bronze badge with the coat of arms of the United States. ..."
2. The American Army in the European Conflict by Jacques Aldebert de Pineton Chambrun, Charles Marenches (1919)
"The British helmet and overseas cap made of olive drab were substituted for the felt hat and the garrison cap. Each man received a gas mask. ..."
3. Works by James Fenimore Cooper (1892)
"Dis no garrison, cap'in, to make Nick afeard. Always tell him too much hole to be tight." " This is not answering my question, fellow. ..."