What is another word for toques?

Pronunciation: [tˈə͡ʊks] (IPA)

Toques is a term used for a knitted hat or cap that covers the ears, especially during cold weather. There are many other words synonymous with toques, which are used in different regions and cultures across the world. Some of these include beanies, skullcaps, woolen hats, knit caps, watch caps, touques, and tuques. These words differ in spelling and pronunciation, but they all share a common meaning. Toques are an essential accessory, not just for winter, but also for stylish fashion statements. A wide variety of toques are available today, with different designs, materials, and colors to suit individual preferences and occasions.

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What are the hypernyms for Toques?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Toques

They were beautifully dressed in long fur coats and small toques.
"Molly Brown's Orchard Home"
Nell Speed
Upon their heads they wore caps, such as in the jargon of fashion are called toques, and their faces were enveloped in yashmaks, white veils which cross the forehead above the eyes and are brought back just below them, so as to cover the rest of the face.
"Paul Patoff"
F. Marion Crawford
"By next Sunday every street from Poplar Alley to Flat-iron Park will swarm with them, and not a milliner's window along the length of Green-gage Road but will have three or four of these toques on display.
"Under the Skylights"
Henry Blake Fuller

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