Synonyms for caps

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Then the caps were placed on rollers, and hauled up by gangs of men.

At the university the caps and gowns are all turning into head-pieces and steel fronts.

His head was indeed so large that he had to have two caps to make him one.

Especially in Bohemia, where many of its daughters set their caps for him.

The caps were obtusely convex and of a grayish rufescent color.

They grow in groups so closely crowded that the caps are often quite irregular.

It is one of the plants in which the stems may be cooked with the caps.

The caps were about an inch broad and the stems were an inch and a half long.

The plants are usually smaller, and the caps are more or less conical.

The margin of the cap is very thin and the caps are irregularly funnel-form.