Like she said, she wants to move on and get out there and burn the blue dress and bury the beret.
Editor Nan Talese looked smashing in her beret, even if her star writer of the season, Pat Conroy, had stood her up.
I went out and bought a beret and a paperback entitled How to Direct le Film.
I swear she was wearing a beret and striped tights, but I might be imagining that.
Gotta have the beret and megaphone if I want people to take me seriously!
beret stood in front of her till she was forced to raise her head and look at her.
Gloria took off her beret and crammed it into a drawer of her desk.
As soon as she had finished, they went slowly towards the sœter—and beret was soon in bed.
She felt her hair falling about her neck and shoved it up underneath her beret.
The man in front wore a diamond sunburst jewel on his beret, and his cloak was lined with pale blue silk.
also berret, 1827, from French béret, 19c., from dialect of Béarn, from Old Gascon berret "cap," from Medieval Latin birretum, diminutive of Late Latin birrus "a large hooded cloak," perhaps of Gaulish origin. The round, flat cap originally was worn by Basque peasants.