A style of flat cap traditionally made from wool common with farmers and country gentlemen in cool climates. (noun)
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Use "bunnet" in a sentence
"The 'bunnet', the Scots word for bonnet, has proved to be his lucky charm ever since he nicked it off Giggs way back in November 1996."
"So go on, sit there, tell yourself you were right, that thon bee in your bunnet about it being the priest is the only possibility."
"It's Gordon Brown that RBS has to be thankful for, it's Alistair Darling that First Minister Salmond has to go bunnet-in hand to, and it's all those Scots before them – Robin Cook, Malcolm Rifkind, George Younger – that ran England before them."