casque casque


  • (n) (15-16th century) any armor for the head; usually ornate without a visor


  1. Between the stores and the town's stone jetty stands a giant wooden hornbill, perched on a carved totem pole, missing a wing, paint peeling on its sun-bleached casque.
  2. Also unclear is the function of the odd, finlike casque that sits atop its brilliant blue head and neck.
  3. On dit quelquefois an village Qu'un casque qa, sert a rien du tout,.
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