from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A kind of cap formerly worn by soldiers.
- n. The flat cap worn by Roman Catholic ecclesiastics.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A kind of cap formerly worn by soldiers; -- called also barret cap. Also, the flat cap worn by Roman Catholic ecclesiastics.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A little bar.
- n. Same as biretta.
- n. A sort of ancient military cap or headpiece. Scott. Also called barret-cap.
- n. See barrat.
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Yes | No | Report from apowers1031 wrote 9 sec ago kolbster ... well said but the barret is a good gun but i like the mcmillin 50 ccal.
The big bore rifle from the opening scene is a Barrett model 99 it comes in barret .416 or .50 bmg.
Here was worn the "barret," of scarlet or white, the rich brown jacket and red sash of the peculiar costumes of the Basque and Bearnais peasants -- a fine race of men, and one, too, historically noble.
America did not become the greatest country in the world because it had a huge government which controlled most of the economy, rather it became great because there was little government. barret
Then I put my magnum in its holster, loaded my barret and started running in the opposite direction.
He wiped some dust off his shoulder and handed me my barret and my magnum, without even a scratch.
I foresaw that something bad was going to happen and tried to ignore the pain in my right arm as I picked up my barret.
I ignored him, put my barret away, sat down and held my wounded arm, whishing for this pain to go away.
His head was surmounted with a barret cap, while his hands, limbs, and feet were covered with garments of chamois leather, over which he in general wore the ponderous and complete armour of his country.