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  • n. a cap with a flat circular top and a visor


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  • Gornt wore rough, casual sea clothes, a light reefer jacket and a jaunty peaked cap sporting the Yacht Club emblem.

    Noble House

  • Just at the crowded hour one night, the door opened and a man entered with the quiet blue uniforrn and peaked cap of the mine police.


  • Valerio's peaked cap bore an impressive but anonymous badge.

    The Vatican Rip

  • A tall, stout official had come down the stone-flagged passage, in a peaked cap and frogged jacket.

    Sole Music

  • A tall man in a seaman's jacket and peaked cap was standing in the entrance, and scowlingly scanning faces.

    Spice and the Devil's Cave

  • Peregrine turned to discover a man wearing a peaked cap like a waterman’s and a shiny blue suit.

    Killer Dolphin

  • All that he could see of the other was the back of a figure of more than usual height, in seaman's breeches and short coat, and a sailor's peaked cap snugly set on thick black hair.

    Spice and the Devil's Cave

  • On the witness stand, Officer Sean McShea wore a navy-blue uniform that strained at its double seams to accommodate his girth, and his peaked cap rested next to a worn Bible with red-edged pages.



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