Definition of deerstalker in English:

deerstalker

Line breaks: deer|stalk¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈdɪəstɔːkə
 
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noun

1A soft cloth cap, originally worn for hunting, with peaks in front and behind and ear flaps which can be tied together over the top.
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  • There are fond memories of him in short sleeves and a deerstalker hat driving a topless, sideless jeep in the winter snow.
  • Here you can still buy a deerstalker hat, be fitted for a pinstripe blazer, slip on some sensible footwear, sniff out some musky cologne or get your balding locks tended by a traditional wet-shave barber.
  • Wearing a deerstalker hat and carrying an oversized magnifying glass she trampled through the crime scene destroying all kinds of forensic evidence.
2A person who stalks deer.

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