Definition of Ski cap
1. Noun. A close-fitting woolen cap; often has a tapering tail with a tassel.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Ski Cap
Literary usage of Ski cap
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. National Park Service Uniforms: In Search of an Identity, 1872-1920 by R. Bryce Workman (1994)
"Some (officers) may have been bullion, like the Navy. No known examples of this emblem exist. As in the case of the women's hat, when the new style ski cap, ..."
2. Ski-running by D. M. M. Crichton Somerville, Willi Rickmer Rickmers (1905)
"... which at the same time is porous ; and our Special ski cap of the same material. Telegraphic Address: Telephone: HARK FORWARD, LONDON. ..."
3. Behind the Red Line: Political Repression in Sudan by Jemera Rone, Brian Owsley, Human Rights Watch/Africa (1996)
"... where he found a table and two or three chairs and a bed. No one was there. After a half hour someone entered, with a mask (ski cap) over his face, ..."
4. Over the Ocean: Or, Sights and Scenes in Foreign Lands by Curtis Guild (1875)
"... fling, philosopher-looking gown, or robe, full beard, and ski: cap, with some of his precious volumes under his arm, a upon the pedestal of the monument ..."
5. Cruising the Gulags by Michael L. Frankel (1997)
"I was already wearing four layers of clothes under my foul weather jacket, along with my wool ski cap and rain hood. This was Holland in the summertime. ..."