He had laid his kepi on the table, and leaned back in his chair looking at a strip of paper with a little grim smile in his eyes.
Everywhere, thanks to the prince's kepi, they were received with open arms.
Malet would have raised the kepi of one of the captains with a bullet, and he would have done well.
Monsieur sticks his kepi on one side of his head, and struts and swaggers along the Boulevard as though he were a bantam cock.
The officer touched his "kepi" politely and seemed rather astonished.
Their soldiers wore the French kepi; and they make coffee admirably, and do not make tea at all.
Everyone was in uniform; there was scarce a head that was not decorated with the kepi of the National Guard.
The slouched hat was worn by the officers and men of the West, the French kepi by the more showy Eastern officers.
He touched fingers to kepi—a neat blue kepi—in a smart salute.
One of them was driving the reaping—machine and looked like a gunner on his limber, with his kepi thrust to the back of his head.