cap[ kap ]SEE DEFINITION OF cap
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CAP
"I'll walk a bit with you," said his sister, donning her jacket and a cap.
"I'll come," said he, disappearing in search of cap and gloves.
I am afraid just now I am thinking more of the cap than of what it means.
When, at last, he rose and picked up his cap; it was nine o'clock.
To save her cap she had taken it off, and early streaks of silver showed in her hair.
"If I'd known you were coming I would have borrowed a cap," she said.
He had his Sunday clothes on, which was good; and his cap was also on his head.
Pushing his plate to one side, Stineli's father put his cap on his head.
You're getting dreadfully mannish in your appearance, daughter; it's that cap.
He is like a camera with the cap on—he never gets a new impression.