[ key-pee, kep-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF kepis
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


A soldier passed with his head bandaged beneath his kepis and a flower behind his ear.

Many of the stallkeepers have in despair deserted the toy business, and gone in for comforters, kepis, and list soles.

We lean far out of the windows waving our kepis joyously to the crowd.

And as his hede-stele byndis his hede to resone, sa dois resone the Knycht, and kepis his worschip.

Some companies wore blue, some grey, some had French kepis, others wideawakes and Mexican hats.

Among the kneeling mass were many soldiers with bandaged heads, kepis in hand and tearful eyes.

Focussing his glasses on the village, he saw the red spots of kepis waving like poppies over the green of the meadows.

The way was littered with mess-tins, cartridge belts, kepis and broken rifles.

They are to wear trousers, kepis, and blouses, and to be armed like the National Guard.