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En shore enough when we got to Little Rock and Shako got holt of some sugarcane, he win that old elephant's respect instanter.
DAVID LANNARCK, MIDGETGEORGE S. HARNEY
Two of these had the number of their regiment on their shako.
At the same moment, the door from the corridor opened, and the orderly entered, his hand at his shako.
THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNORGUY WETMORE CARRYL
Had I run on for a few more minutes in the dark, I should have butted my shako against the wall.
I stood there in my heavy coat and my poor battered shako, my chin upon my chest, and my eyelids over my eyes.
No tirailleurs preceded them, but the tall shako of the Grenadier of the Guard was seen in the first rank.
His sabre was cast upon the floor before him, and his shako was on the table.
RAVENSHOEHENRY KINGSLEY
A bullet came singing along and went right through his shako; it came from the line of the ditch.
SOPHY OF KRAVONIAANTHONY HOPE
His hat—well, it was a hat, not a Romanoff shako nor a handsome panama such as he had affected in the old days.
TWELVE MENTHEODORE DREISER
He took his shako, looked at her with an odd attempt to simulate cheerfulness, kissed her fingers and hurried out into the street.
BARLASCH OF THE GUARDH. S. MERRIMAN

WORDS RELATED TO SHAKO

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lackadaisicaladjective | [lak-uh-dey-zi-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION