fez

Part of speech: noun

A brimless Turkish felt cap, usually red, with a black tassel; named from Fez, a city in Morocco.

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Usage examples "fez":

  1. Of those of Fez he often did confess that their Magia was not altogether pure and also that their Cabala was defiled with their religion, but notwithstanding he knew how to make good use of the same." - "Secret Societies And Subversive Movements", Nesta H. Webster.
  2. Sweetheart waking, calmly speaking this- wise: " Easy is it to interpret dreaming, That your fez was swept by troubled water Means you're to go forth to battle army; That pearls richly scatter'd in your lap- robe Must mean our tears, thine with mine are mingling; That your watch in pieces four was broken Means in truth that our hearts will be breaking When we're forced to take leave of each other." - "An Anthology of Jugoslav Poetry; Serbian Lyrics", Various.
  3. H. And his Highness for a sign Of our Holy Faith's increase Wills that at Fez by grace divine 575 The mosque shall a cathedral be. - "Four Plays of Gil Vicente", Gil Vicente.