She wore a handsome dress of dark green, and a toque with opulent ostrich feathers.
She did not notice the mishap to the toque and left it where it had fallen.
She laid the toque down again, but drew a chair to the typewriter table, her back turned to the man and the girl.
Its shape, however, was not that of the toque of our milliners.
She was wearing her black dress and the toque with the high feather.
Of these the most marked features are the rolled-up cap or toque and the short coat.
Janet wore a long fur coat, and a toque of dark Russian sable, with a sweeping feather at one side.
The one in the toque gave the one with the bird of paradise a slight push.
At last I reached the Turkish barricade and cautiously slid my hand over the top until my fingers encountered Ibrahim's toque.
He caught the outline of toque and feather—or was it flowers?
kind of round hat, c.1500, from Middle French toque (15c.), from Spanish toca "woman's headdress," possibly from Arabic *taqa, from Old Persian taq "veil, shawl."