Over her plump, freckled face she wore a flat cap, and her flaxen hair in two long braids down her back.
It was now the flat cap of the Paris constable or policeman.
Edward, according to the portraits, always wore a flat cap, the base of the crown ornamented with bands of jewels.
He has a flat cap set on his head like the kind which babies wear, a loose sack over his shoulders, and big boots on his feet.
He has a peaked double beard and a flat cap, from under which his long hair falls down his back.
With the word the Count struck the Janissary fairly on the flat cap with his axe, bringing him to his knees.
He looked very complete and trim, thought Jenny, from his flat cap to his beautifully-spatted shooting-boots.
A flat cap of the same material and a pair of boots made of untanned hide completed my attire.
The Russian coachman, a perfect type with his long caftan and flat cap.
This flat cap appears in a number of portraits by Holbein, worn both tilted on one side and flat on the top of the head.