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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TOQUE

She did not notice the mishap to the toque and left it where it had fallen.

Its shape, however, was not that of the toque of our milliners.

Of these the most marked features are the rolled-up cap or toque and the short coat.

The one in the toque gave the one with the bird of paradise a slight push.

She was wearing her black dress and the toque with the high feather.

He caught the outline of toque and feather—or was it flowers?

Beside this hat there was a toque that Ermolai had brought in.

It's as foolish as putting a French toque on one of her oxen.

The toque is one of Diana's hats turned inside out with some feathers pinned on.

She was wrapped in the folds of a long otter-skin coat, and wore a toque of the same fur on her head.

WORD ORIGIN

kind of round hat, c.1500, from Middle French toque (15c.), from Spanish toca "woman's headdress," possibly from Arabic *taqa, from Old Persian taq "veil, shawl."

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR TOQUE

headdress

nounaccessory for head
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