kepi

[ key-pee, kep-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF kepi
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And he dropped the gold coins into the kepi that Jean held out to him.

Everywhere, thanks to the prince's kepi, they were received with open arms.

The officer touched his "kepi" politely and seemed rather astonished.

But he had a "kepi," and shining buttons, and some gold lace on his collar.

He waved his kepi several times that they might see him better.

At sight of Marie, much to her alarm, as though greeting a dear friend, he snatched his kepi from his head and sprang toward her.

Malet would have raised the kepi of one of the captains with a bullet, and he would have done well.

Monsieur sticks his kepi on one side of his head, and struts and swaggers along the Boulevard as though he were a bantam cock.

Kepi, kep′i, n. a flat-topped forage-cap with a straight peak.

He shook hands with Ormsgill, and then taking off his kepi drew forward a chair.

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