Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having red on the head: as, the red-capped snake, a venomous Australian species, Brachysoma diadema.
“They didn't begrudge them their government posts or the slopes where their homes sprang up like so many red-capped mushrooms.”
“I saw a chaotic band of red-capped French schoolchildren, some wearing "I HEART Roma" T-shirts, followed by 25 orderly Japanese ladies, all in black, carrying cameras.”
“This being the animated version, the gnomes come to life when people are not watching; but when red-capped Juliet meets blue-wearing Gnomeo, the ancient grudge is forgotten.”
“It was a place of red-capped polka dot mushrooms, each the size of a water heater.”
“Just had 20-30 of the little red-capped pillagers.”
“The red-capped coua (Coua ruficeps) is found throughout this ecoregion.”
“UPDATE: Wonkette has the pool report: Gorgeous day, 70 degrees with happy, red-capped turnout est at 25k.”
“It reminds me of Iraq under Saddam, a militant opponent of Saddam Hussein said angrily to me last week as he watched red-capped Iraqi soldiers close down part of central Baghdad so the convoy of Nouri al-Maliki, the Iraqi Prime Minister, might briefly venture into the city.”
“Next morning the air is alive with bird calls as magpies stalk the grass for worms, and red-capped lorikeets chattered in the treetops.”
“And why the Naxalites long back in 1967 predicted that the CPI(M) call of preparation for ‘partisan war’, the red-capped CPI(M) cadres parading in the processions, etc. were all gimmicks, a drama to divert the activists from the path of Naxalbari.”
Looking for tweets for red-capped.