A knitted woolen cap in the form of a cylindrical bag often with tapered ends that is worn with one end tucked into the other. (noun)
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Use "tuque" in a sentence
"Hey, Danger Girl - a tuque is a knitted hat, sometimes known as a 'beanie' in some parts of the world."
"You knew that a tuque was a hat, but a lot of foreigners don't which is why she said "That got me when I first heard it"."
"Wikipedia, Americans call it a number of things, but in Canada its universally called a tuque (/toque)"