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jockey cap

Syllabification: jock·ey cap

Definition of jockey cap in English:

noun

A strengthened cap with a long visor of a kind worn by jockeys.
Example sentences
  • Fur surfaced even where one would least expect it: in a jockey cap, for example, or in the black mink V-neck top paired with ladylike suit.
  • As a man in a jockey cap created excitement on the beach, she slowly saw Campion come towards her, and she pretended to be asleep.
  • The silk ties from The Bacchanalian Express range feature golf flags, saddles and horseshoes, jockey caps, lighthouses and fly-fish among others and cost £24.50.

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