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The militia wore such toggery as they could get—grey homespun coat with red sash, cowskin boots, and the traditional tuque bleue.The Bastonnais|John Lesperance
Tuque, tūk, n. a Canadian cap made by tucking in one tapered end of a long cylindrical bag, closed at both ends.
In the meanwhile old McGurn was busy in the store and Sophy put on her woollen tuque and her mitts.The Peace of Roaring River|George van Schaick
Jean stood up, politely doffing his red tuque to the gentlemen.The Golden Dog|William Kirby
He wore a short blanket coat and tuque, and trousers tied tight below the knee, and let into his moccasin-tops.On Canada's Frontier|Julian Ralph