Definition of Golf cap
1. Noun. A cap with a bill.
Terms within: Bill, Eyeshade, Peak, Visor, Vizor
Generic synonyms: Cap
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Golf Cap
Literary usage of Golf cap
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. China the Mysterious and Marvellous: By Victor Murdock by Victor Murdock (1920)
"... bought—what you would call a golf cap. I tried a British store in Shanghai and they wanted two dollars gold for one. It wasn't worth it. ..."
2. Confessions of a War Correspondent by William Gunn Shepherd (1917)
"They saw a large gentleman, dressed in golf costume, walk into the road from the direction we had come, take off his golf-cap, wipe the perspiration from ..."
3. Psychology in Daily Life by Carl Emil Seashore (1913)
"If a man is asked to match the weight of his golf cap with coins, it will be found that the cap actually weighs three or four times as much as the coins ..."
4. African Game Trails: An Account of the African Wanderings of an American by Theodore Roosevelt (1910)
"... with their chief (in khaki with a golf cap) that came PAGE to present Mr. Roosevelt with a sheep near ..."