Origin of casque
OTHER WORDS FROM casquecasqued [kaskt], /kæskt/, adjective
Words nearby casque
How to use casque in a sentence
Her fabulous head reposed upon his brow, like a casque of ancient days whereby warriors struck fear to the hearts of their foes.Charles Baudelaire, His Life|Thophile Gautier
Richard fought the more slowly, his casque dented and his shield; but the Valencia mail was proof.
Then the flap of the tent dashed aside, and forth strode a figure in silvered casque and hauberk.
From the pommel of his saddle hung a Venetian casque, which he had doffed for a turban, a more comfortable head-gear on the route.
The Duke's casque was beaten and gory, his long white pennon red-dyed, his horse wounded.