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.

To save her cap she had taken it off, and early streaks of silver showed in her hair.

When, at last, he rose and picked up his cap; it was nine o'clock.

"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.

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