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- n. Alternative spelling of tricorn.
- adv. Alternative spelling of tricorn.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. cocked hat with the brim turned up to form three points
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Against all of this the tricorne was a rebellion, for such a hat could not have been purchased for less than ten shillings.
A tricorne stolen from a transvestite buccaneer at SeaWorld.
Argh, I murmured at him, his one good eye rolling in a suffering sort of tolerance beneath his tricorne hat.
Let's get this straight: A fully grown man dons pantaloons and a tricorne hat and he's a "concerned American" but cameras spot ONE scraggly-looking dude with dreads and suddenly #OWS is a mob?
The great general stands in the exact center of the print, his associates arrayed around him, his tricorne hat on a stout table by his side.
A girl in a white chador, a man laughing, a girl with a baby, a man with a tricorne hat.
Sault glanced at the greasy frock coat and battered tricorne he had been wearing since coming to London.
She was dressed in a traveling cloak and a black tricorne.
In a less crowded establishment the tricorne might have excited interest.
But families also made the trip, a few wearing tricorne hats and other colonial clothing.
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