The donkey-boy, in his skull-cap and single garment, runs behind his beast.
He removed his skull-cap as he approached, and said, "The Count Tasseroni, at your orders."
He lived in his library, attired by nature in a dressing-gown and skull-cap.
Charlie did so, but as he was without a skull-cap, his European forehead was most noticeable.
The Capuchin removed his skull-cap with an uneasy hand, and walked some paces without speaking.
And he followed the messenger as he was, in his slippers and skull-cap.
It was cherry-coloured velvet, I think; a kind of skull-cap like the 'buy-a-broom' girls wear.
He would not wear it when his head was broken, but preferred a skull-cap.
The rebbe exchanges his skull-cap for his street cap, is about to go.
He wore the skull-cap of sanctity, but looked the gourmand in spite of it.
skullcap skull·cap (skŭl'kāp')
A helmet; brain dish (1980s+ Motorcyclists)