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Definition of "bunnet" [bunnet]

  • Alternative spelling of bonnet. (noun)
  • 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."