deerstalker

[ UK /dˈi‍əstɔːkɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a tight-fitting hat with visors front and back; formerly worn by hunters
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How To Use deerstalker In A Sentence

  • Well, donning my deerstalker and lighting my meerschaum I'd start at the bottom.
  • (I can still remember the cover of that book by the way, with its iconic painting of Holmes in deerstalker cap and magnifying glass). Gateway Drugs
  • I hesitated a little when I realized that the clothes he had brought for me were my own, but of the kind one wore for hunting, even down to the knee-high leather boots, tweed breeches and a three-eared cap-what they call a deerstalker in England-which I fastened under my chin. The Dreamthief's Daughter
  • The actor, famous for his handlebar moustache and deerstalker hat, was born and brought up in Barnsley.
  • He wears plus-fours, lace-up boots, a tie with a picture of a pheasant on it, a game bag slung over his shoulder, a couple of whistles tied around his neck and a battered hat that might once have been described as a deerstalker.
  • He was wearing a deerstalker hat with flaps to cover the ears.
  • So I donned my deerstalker, polished my largest magnifying glass and set off with large exaggerated strides.
  • He wins a very useful deerstalker and magnifying glass.
  • Wearing a deerstalker hat and carrying an oversized magnifying glass she trampled through the crime scene destroying all kinds of forensic evidence.
  • Well, donning my deerstalker and lighting my meerschaum I'd start at the bottom.
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