[ UK /jˈɑːmʌlk/ ]
[ US /ˈjɑɹˌməɫkə, ˈjɑɹməkə/ ]
  1. a skullcap worn by religious Jews (especially at prayer)
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How To Use yarmulke In A Sentence

  • Guests wore yarmulkes -- Burke brought his own fuchsia zucchetto worn by bishops -- as a symbol of God's presence, and enjoyed traditional seder fare: matzo, horseradish, apples and wine. Hebrew Catholics? Jews Keep Wary Eye On New Group
  • Saltzman is still wearing a yarmulke, which is appropriate to his religious beliefs, but which makes him look very foreign and strange to Anibal Gonzalez, who himself looks foreign and strange to a lot of people on the Cape, even though he’s an expert cabinetmaker. Alice in Jeopardy
  • Our seats were next to a pair of bearded gentlemen wearing yarmulkes - Orthodox Jews, by my measure.
  • One couple wore yarmulkes and carried a siddur; another couple looked like ordained ministers, but I didn't know for sure of which Christian denomination.
  • When they disembarked from the cars of the Long Island Railroad in the evenings, hands reached into pockets and yarmulkes were slipped back in place. How We Avenged the Blums
  • They walk with Yarmulkes held high and tzitzit waving in the streets. Rabbi Shmuley Boteach: On Nixon's Allegation That the Jews Have No Pride
  • Quebec has banned state employees from wearing burqas, niqabs, yarmulkes or large crucifixes in the workplace. Times, Sunday Times
  • “Shabbat shalom,” responds the man, whose black sateen yarmulke stands up, tentlike, on his balding head. American Grace
  • For example a person can be identified as Jewish by his yarmulke.
  • The most common hat for men in the synagogue is a small round cap called a yarmulke or a kippah, but an ordinary homburg or street hat will be accepted.
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