a Scottish cap with straight sides, a crease along the top, and sometimes short ribbon streamers at the back, worn by Highlanders as part of military dress.
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How to use glengarry in a sentence
The man who wrote glengarry Glen Ross actually and unironically references "the current economic jollity."
The author of glengarry Glen Ross and Speed-the-Plow is, to many minds, the best living American playwright.
It might be a portrait of Hendry or Sander bonneted in his glengarry, armed with a target, and trekking off with two terriers.Archaic England | Harold Bayley
I can see him now as he waved me a good-bye from the platform in his glengarry cap and short tunic and plaid trousers.A Traveller in War-Time | Winston Churchill
The first attacks of the glengarry Highlanders and the regular troops were repulsed with great loss of life.The Last Laird of MacNab | Various
British Dictionary definitions for glengarry
a brimless Scottish woollen cap with a crease down the crown, often with ribbons dangling at the back: Also called: glengarry bonnet
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