the sect of Tibetan Buddhist monks established after religious reforms in the 14th century.
- Also called Ge·lug·pa [ge-loog-pah] /ˈgɛˈlʊgˈpɑ/ .
- Compare Red Hats.
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How to use Yellow Hats in a sentence
The embassy consisted of four lamas or priests attired in scarlet robes and bright Yellow Hats.
First of all I was displeased with the tall giants with the Yellow Hats—the sunflowers.Jewish Children | Sholem Naumovich Rabinovich
They were forced to wear Yellow Hats at first, but that ordinance soon fell into disuse, like many other abominable laws.Library Of The World's Best Literature, Ancient And Modern, Vol 4 | Charles Dudley Warner
The Jewish pedlars issued, adjusting their Yellow Hats, and pushing before them little barrows laden with special Christmas wares.Dreamers of the Ghetto | I. Zangwill