So, then he of the tight coat and cocked-hat was a king—King “Dingo Bingo!”
First, let me beg of you not to be persuaded into adopting a cocked-hat.
Never mind about giving him a cocked-hat, for with whom may you take a liberty, if not with an ancestral ghost of your own?'
Dr. Grimstone examined the cocked-hat through his double eyeglasses, with a heavy thunder-cloud gathering on his brows.
Probably a fat man in red breeches and polished boots, wearing a cocked-hat and a cross on his breast.
More than once she was on the point of asking help or advice from the cocked-hat officials at the doors, but she was afraid.
She, poor darling, was proud of the conceit of being married, and pleased with the gold lace and cocked-hat of the young sailor.
They wear a variety of head-dresses, turban, Salacot or a kind of cocked-hat and feathers.
She held a cocked-hat note in her hand,—Kathie is great on cocked-hat notes and paper lamplighters.
You would be perfectly charming in a red wig and a cocked-hat, and a checked ulster with purple and green shadows in the folds.