Sir Peter, an old gentleman in a velvet skullcap, particularly enlarged upon the latter.
"East Lynne" by Mrs. Henry Wood
He looked like a Frenchman, by the way, and always wore a skullcap.
"A Far Country, Complete" by Winston Churchill
I would disrupt that leather-bound volume, violate that black skullcap, burn the accounts.
"Revolution and Other Essays" by Jack London
Solly Gumble removed his skullcap, fluffed his scanty ring of curls, and drew on the cap again.
"The Wrong Twin" by Harry Leon Wilson
He wore the scarlet robes of his office, and a scarlet skullcap was on his head.
"For the Faith" by Evelyn Everett-Green
And the very last one of all was clad in a bath robe and wore a black skullcap.
"Kit of Greenacre Farm" by Izola Forrester
The water had sleeked down his hair to a satin skullcap on his full head.
"Old Kaskaskia" by Mary Hartwell Catherwood
Some wear turbans, but the majority simply skullcaps.
"With Kitchener in the Soudan" by G. A. Henty
He had a close-fitting skullcap on his head, of white, embroidered linen.
"Sacrifice" by Stephen French Whitman
Was she wondering how my head and face looked without the black felt skullcap low-visored over my eyes?
"The Night of the Long Knives" by Fritz Reuter Leiber
In the Medina, skullcapped artisans sweat over ancient lathes while overdressed French tourists haggle over inlaid cedar boxes and silver lamps.
Tailor holds the "zucchetto," or white silk skullcap, that late Pope John Paul II never had the chance to wear, in the window of the tiny shop that served the pontiff .
Skinhead Puts on Skullcap.
A lawyer representing DC Comics and Marvel says the comics giants are suing a Jerusalem vendor for selling Jewish skullcaps , or kippas, adorned with unauthorized images of crime-fighting superheroes Batman and Spiderman.