deerstalker


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deer·stalk·er

?(d?r′st?′kər)
n.
A tight-fitting hat with visors in the front and back, originally worn by hunters.
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deerstalker

(?d???st??k?)
n
1. (Hunting) Also called: stalker a person who stalks deer, esp in order to shoot them
2. (Clothing & Fashion) a hat, peaked in front and behind, with earflaps usually turned up and tied together on the top
?deer?stalking adj, n
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deer•stalk•er

(ˈdɪərˌstɔ kər)

n.
a close-fitting cap with a visor in front and back and earflaps usu. tied at the crown.
[1810–20]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.deerstalker - a tight-fitting hat with visors front and backdeerstalker - a tight-fitting hat with visors front and back; formerly worn by hunters
chapeau, hat, lid - headdress that protects the head from bad weather; has shaped crown and usually a brim
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Translations

deerstalker

[ˈdɪəˌstɔːkəʳ] N
1. (= person) → cazador m de ciervos al acecho
2. (= hat) → gorro m de cazador
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deerstalker

[ˈdɪərstɔːkər] n (= hat) → casquette f à la Sherlock Holmes
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. ? HarperCollins Publishers 2005

deerstalker

[ˈdɪəˌstɔːkəʳ] n (hat) → berretto da cacciatore
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition ? HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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PASS the deerstalker and wellies, it's time to spill blood.
His deerstalker hat, huge sideburns and even bigger cigar became just as famous as his hugely entertaining reports from the betting ring.
McCririck was an unmissable character with his deerstalker hat, sideburns and cigar, and thrived at the heart of what he called the "betting jungle".
He brings the same wit and energy he shows in the Deadpool films, which is perfect given that these days Pikachu is a wisecracking detective replete with deerstalker.
Sherlock Holmes's profile, complete with pipe and deerstalker hat, appears on the coin, surrounded by the names of his most popular adventures.
Designer Stephen Raw has included the famous detective's pipe and deerstalker hat on the coin along with a list of famous cases he solved in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's books.
A classic Sherlock Holmes silhouette, complete with pipe and deerstalker hat, will appear on a commemorative 50p, marking the 160th birthday of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
But Judge Andrew Lockhart QC pointed out that the CCTV recording clearly showed him peering through the window to check the premises before putting on the deerstalker and going in.
As Vivienne Richmond recorded in Clothing the Poor in 19th Century England: "In 1892 Keir Hardie shocked Parliament by making his first appearance in a tweed suit and deerstalker hat instead of the customary black coat and tall silk hat.
Wilmer donned the famous deerstalker and picked up the clay pipe in the mid-1960s to play Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's famous creation.