Yet he reminded her of somebody, but him she had always seen in a topee, out of doors.
Then she went swiftly for her topee and gloves and parasol, and fled from the bungalow.
Now and then I caught a glimpse of a European, cool and comfortable in topee and white linen.
One morning he had a bullet through his topee and one through a pocket.
He was clad in white from head to foot, and wore an enormous "topee," or pith helmet, upon his head.
“Let me introduce our friend,” he said, with a quaint little bow, removing his topee as he did so.
I set out yesterday for the hospital to recover a topee, as I heard a British officer had died there.