American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A small brimless cap.
- n. A cap that fits the head closely, usually knitted from wool.
- n. Short for Beanie Baby, a small soft toy filled with beans or similar stuffing.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a small skullcap; formerly worn by schoolboys and college freshmen.
- n. a small skullcap; formerly worn by schoolboys and college freshmen
- Probably from bean, head. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Yakkay's bike-helmets look like hats -- just slip a cover on (they come in beanie, sunhat, peaked cap and a couple other varieties, and in many colors) and pedal your way to sartorial splendour.”
“This is where the liquid oxygen is, that cap on top they call the beanie cap.”
“27 February 2009 at 4: 22 pm hahaha the famous beanie is backkk!”
“There goes my idea to invest Social Security funds in beanie babies and 60’s lunch boxes.”
“Beanies" it is - although to me a beanie is a round hat with a propeller on top.”
“You can see there, at the top, the so-called beanie cap, the gaseous oxygen vent hood is being removed right now.”
“We are in countdown mode here at the Kennedy Space Center, as you look at live pictures of Eileen Collins, the commander of this mission, preparing with her communications gear, so-called beanie cap she's putting on there, before she makes her way into the Space Shuttle Discovery. launch expected 10: 39 a.m. Eastern Time.”
“Since shearing off his medium-length brown locks, Crosby says wearing a beanie is a must during frigid winter days.”
“Hey, Danger Girl - a tuque is a knitted hat, sometimes known as a 'beanie' in some parts of the world.”
“But from eyewitness accounts, they believe that a gunman who may have been in his 20s wearing a dark jacket and may have had a beard and perhaps even glasses and wearing a dark kind of beanie cap, actually talked to some of the people at the youth missionary training center there in Arvada, asked to stay there in the dormitory.”
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With bows of great respect to Connie Willis, author of "Bellwether" and other wonderful books.
Headgear: “anything worn on the head” (that isn’t part of the head). Hats are fine, but for a more detailed, wider selection of fashionable hats in all colors and sizes, please see Reese Tee’s li...
Everything hats,things with hoods,hoods,scarves,crowns,useful
adjectival forms,hat expressions,
words that I refuse to say out loud.
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