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Definition of the noun casquet
What does casquet mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: -
- a light open casque without a visor or beaver
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*' The Casquet is a very beautiful specimen of typography , ...
The Casquet of Literary Gems (1828)
by Alexander Whitelaw
“THE CASQUET is a very beautiful specimen of typography and does great credit to the Glasgow press. * * * * Another volume is promised; and, if it equals the present in variety and taste, in the style of selection, it cannot fail to meet the public ...
The popular encyclopedia; or, 'Conversations Lexicon': [ed. by A. Whitelaw from the Encyclopedia Americana]. (1884)
by Popular encyclopedia
Tlie CAsquet will contain more than a Thousand Selections ...
by Thomas Thomson
CASQUET OF LITERARY GEMS. Containing upwards of Seven Hundaed Extaacts in Poetry and Prose, from nearly Thaee Hundaed different Authoas. Illustrated by Twenty-five Engravings, from Original Drawings, chiefly by Members of the ...
A Complete Encyclopaedic Lexicon, Literary, Scientific and Technological by John Ogilvie
The Casquet of Literature A SELECTION IN PROSE AND POETRY from the works of the best Authors. Edited, with Biographical and Literary Notes, by CHARLEs GIBBoN, Author of “Robin Gray”, and revised by Miss MARY CHRISTIE.
The popular Encyclopedia (1897)
A general dictionary of arts, sciences, literature, biography, and history by Charles ANNANDALE
A casquet of inexhaustible treasure, ...
by Sir Daniel Keyte Sandford
BY THE EDITOR OF "THE CASQUET ...
A Work of Universal Reference in All Departments of Knowledge, with a New Atlas of the World by William Dwight Whitney
casquet = Dan. kasljet, a cap, < F. casqzwt, ( It. caschctto , a. little helmet, dim. of cocoa, a helmet: see cash-1, canquc] A headpiece without a movable VlZOl', worn in the sixteenth century and later. pan. cassette ...
Lives of illustrious and distinguished Scotsman, forming a complete Scottish biographic dictionary (1841)
Embellished with splendid and authentic Portraits. Verstehendes Exemplar kam im Juli 1859 an der Stelle das früher hier Stehender u ab. d. Titel: "A biographical dictionary of eminent Scotsman. 4 Voll. Gl. 1839 by Robert Chambers
THE CASQUET OF LITERARY GEMS, First and Second Series, in 64 Numbers, at 6d., and 16 Parts at 2s. ; every Part contains an elegant Engraving from an original design, illustrative of some part of the Work. These volumes contain upwards ...
The Century Dictionary (1914)
An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language
See casquet". casket2 (käs'ket), n... [Formerly also casquet (cf. casket1 = casquet1), 4 late . casket, (OF. and F. cassette (= Pr. caisseta = Cat, capseta = It cassetta), a casket, coffer, ...
Historic and Modern by Mary Brooks Picken
casquet (cass ket or F. cas kay). Obsolete term for CASQUE. casquetel (cass ke tell). Small, light~ weight, open helmet having no visor. Worn in ancient armor. casquette (F. cass ket). Brimless hat with visor.
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Scrabble value of C3A1S1Q10U1E1T1
The value of this 7-letter word is 18 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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