American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A hat having the brim turned up on three sides.
- adj. Having three corners, horns, or projections.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having three horns or horn-like processes.
- n. A hat with three points or horns; a cocked hat having the brim folded upward against the crown on three sides, producing three angles; hence, by popular misapplication, the hat worn by the French gendarmes, which has only two points: usually written as French, tricorne. See cut 13 under hat.
- n. A three-sided hat with the brim turned up
- n. mathematics A three-horned fractal
- adj. Having three horns or similar projections
- n. cocked hat with the brim turned up to form three points
- French tricorne, from Latin tricornis, three-horned : tri-, tri- + cornū, horn. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The rally intends to call “the GOP back to its roots,” if by “roots,” you mean lots of people in tricorn hats, whose idea of a good time is batting around their favorite economists from the Austrian School.”
“The woman sitting next to Miss Temple, who had preceded her into the coach, wore a kind of tricorn hat rakishly pinned to her hair, and a thin band of cloth tied over her eyes, quite like a pirate.”
“Your typical pirate hat is called a "tricorn" or 3-cornered hat.”
“Wearing his Virginia militia uniform—red coat with white lace cuffs, red vest and breeches, black boots, a black tricorn—on April 2 Washington climbed atop a tall horse and rode out at the head of a corps of men wearing cloth coats, breeches, and hunting shirts.”
“Today, Glen Beck's tea people enjoy wearing tricorn hats, but does anyone doubt that they would have been Tories during the American Revolution?”
“April 26th, 2010 at 3: 35 pm tombaker says: we should chip in and get freeman a tricorn (made of organic materials, of course) so he can go get down with his teabagger soulmates, and help them “take back” america.”
“But after years of armed struggle against New York's royal governors and sheriffs over the New Hampshire Grants, 37-year-old Ethan Allen—tall, muscular and "a commanding figure in his forest green greatcoat and sheared beaver tricorn hat"—and his Green Mountain Boys were ready to fight for independence.”
“I was thinking of marketing tinfoil tricorn hats for the Tea Tards.”
“But that didn't stop them from engaging in some ribbing -- particularly about the costumed protesters who often show up at tea party rallies wearing tricorn hats and other early-American garb to demonstrate their commitment to what they say are the values of the Founding Fathers.”
“Mr. Jiang sparred openly with his hosts over human rights, but also charmed them, for example, by trying on a colonial tricorn hat in Williamsburg and reciting part of the Gettysburg Address on a tour of the White House.”
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