Crossword clues for tuque
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Tuque \Tuque\, n. [Canadian F. See Toque.] A kind of warm cap winter wear, made from a knit bag with closed tapered ends by pushing one end within the other, thus making a conical cap of double thickness.
Picturesque fellow with tuques, red sashes, and fur
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
type of cap worn in Canada, 1871, from Canadian French variant of French toque (see toque).
n. 1 (context Canada English) (alternative form of toque English) 2 A watch cap.
Usage examples of "tuque".
Though I'd tuqued my head and scarved my neck, I was shivering inside my one-hundred-percentmicroporouspolyurethanepolymerizedcoatednylon-guaranteedtofortybelowCelsius Kanuk parka.
This meant a great improvement in his lot, for Aunt immediately bought him clothes that were more what other children in Blairlogie wore, and he was happy in his corduroy knickerbockers and a mackinaw coat, and the tuque that replaced his little velvet hat with earflaps.
Nomina jungo simul titulis, clarissime, nostra Adrianus, Carolus, rex ego, tuque pater.