- 1A woman’s long fur scarf or shawl worn around the neck and shoulders.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- As well as photographs and memorabilia, the display includes a selection of instruments and one of their distinctive uniforms with its large cap, known as a veil, and a small cape called a tippet.
- Fur tippets are likely to be all the rage by November and December as not only are they a 200 year old revived fashion item rarely seen, but they are also practical in chilly windy countries in winter.
- The children were in their traditional uniform - blue trousers and blue cut-away coats with gold braid and old fashioned tabs for the boys; grey bonnets, tippets and aprons for the girls.
- 1.1A long scarf or shawl worn as a ceremonial garment, especially by the clergy.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- He should have had a Tyburne tippet, a halpeny halter, and all such proud prelates.
- 1.2 • historical A long, narrow strip of cloth forming part of or attached to a hood or sleeve.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- At his fancy-dress party, Arkadin, already huge, augments his volume with tails, a heavy cloak with a triple tippet, and a three-cornered hat.
Middle English: probably from an Anglo-Norman derivative of the noun tip1.
Más definiciones de tippetDefinición de tippet en:
- el diccionario Inglés de EE.UU.