Definition of steeple-crowned in English:

steeple-crowned

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adjective

(Of a hat) having a tall, pointed crown.
More example sentences
  • He wore an unusual steeple-crowned hat and short mantle because of his admiration of the Pilgrims.
  • Embroidered felt skull caps are common; however, on important occasions, the wealthier men may wear tall steeple-crowned hats made of felt or velvet and embroidered with gold.
  • Christmas Eve services are held at Nordseter Mountain Church and steeple-crowned 1882 Lillehammer Church.

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