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1. sailor

noun. ['ˈseɪlɝ'] any member of a ship's crew.

Synonyms

  • yachtswoman
  • water rat
  • sea dog
  • seafarer
  • gob
  • lascar
  • old salt
  • seaman
  • tar
  • skilled workman
  • Jack-tar
  • Jack
  • water dog
  • skilled worker
  • mariner
  • yachtsman
  • trained worker
  • hand

Antonyms

  • white
  • friendly
  • hostile
  • noncombatant

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Rhymes with Sailor Cap

  • entrap
  • unwrap
  • strap
  • scrap
  • recap
  • trappe
  • trapp
  • trap
  • stapp
  • snapp
  • snap
  • slap
  • schnapp
  • krapp
  • klapp
  • giap
  • frap
  • flap
  • crap
  • clapp
  • clap
  • zapp
  • zap
  • yapp
  • yap
  • wrap
  • tappe
  • tapp
  • tap
  • shapp

Sentences with sailor-cap


1. Noun Phrase
Grab those bell bottoms, find a sailor cap and don some stripes.

2. Noun Phrase
Crocheting a child's sailor cap is easy with my free pattern!

2. sailor

noun. ['ˈseɪlɝ'] a serviceman in the navy.

Synonyms

  • striker
  • sailor boy
  • man
  • serviceman
  • bluejacket
  • SEAL
  • submariner
  • military personnel
  • coastguardsman
  • Navy SEAL
  • navy man

Antonyms

  • worker
  • female
  • juvenile
  • woman

3. sailor

noun. ['ˈseɪlɝ'] a stiff hat made of straw with a flat crown.

Synonyms

  • leghorn
  • Panama
  • boater
  • chapeau
  • lid
  • skimmer
  • straw hat
  • hat

Antonyms

  • nonworker
  • inability
  • draftee
  • volunteer

4. cap

noun. ['ˈkæp'] a tight-fitting headdress.

Synonyms

  • pinner
  • coxcomb
  • calpac
  • kalansuwa
  • stocking cap
  • mortarboard
  • baseball cap
  • watch cap
  • overseas cap
  • yachting cap
  • tarboosh
  • liberty cap
  • mobcap
  • garrison cap
  • kalpac
  • fez
  • birretta
  • tammy
  • sailor cap
  • headdress
  • kepi
  • coonskin
  • earlap
  • coonskin cap
  • nightcap
  • bluebonnet
  • toboggan cap
  • skullcap
  • biretta
  • service cap
  • berretta
  • beret
  • jockey cap
  • headgear
  • Glengarry
  • Balmoral
  • swimming cap
  • peaked cap
  • cockscomb
  • balaclava helmet
  • earflap
  • ski cap
  • tam
  • golf cap
  • calpack
  • tam-o'-shanter
  • balaclava
  • cloth cap
  • wishing cap
  • bathing cap
  • shower cap
  • flat cap

Antonyms

  • insecurity
  • artifact
  • unmask
  • uncover

Etymology

  • cappe (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • cæppe (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

5. cap

verb. ['ˈkæp'] lie at the top of.

Synonyms

  • crest

Etymology

  • cappe (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • cæppe (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

6. cap

noun. ['ˈkæp'] a top (as for a bottle).

Synonyms

  • nipple
  • bottlecap
  • top
  • radiator cap

Antonyms

  • exclude
  • arise
  • show
  • fall short of

Etymology

  • cappe (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • cæppe (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

7. cap

noun. ['ˈkæp'] a mechanical or electrical explosive device or a small amount of explosive; can be used to initiate the reaction of a disrupting explosive.

Synonyms

  • detonator
  • explosive device
  • detonating device
  • percussion cap

Antonyms

  • unskillfulness
  • increase
  • free
  • enable

Etymology

  • cappe (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • cæppe (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

8. cap

noun. ['ˈkæp'] something serving as a cover or protection.

Synonyms

  • lens cap
  • protection
  • protective cover
  • collet
  • hubcap
  • protective covering
  • distributor cap
  • ferrule
  • thimble

Antonyms

  • natural object
  • foot
  • worst
  • side

Etymology

  • cappe (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • cæppe (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

9. cap

noun. ['ˈkæp'] (dentistry) dental appliance consisting of an artificial crown for a broken or decayed tooth.

Synonyms

  • jacket crown
  • crown
  • crownwork
  • dental appliance

Antonyms

  • derestrict
  • powerlessness
  • unrestraint
  • indiscipline

Etymology

  • cappe (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • cæppe (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

10. cap

noun. ['ˈkæp'] a fruiting structure resembling an umbrella or a cone that forms the top of a stalked fleshy fungus such as a mushroom.

Synonyms

  • pileus
  • plant part
  • plant structure

Etymology

  • cappe (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • cæppe (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
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