What do you call a close-fitting hat?

What do you call a close-fitting hat?

Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for CLOSE-FITTING HAT [beanie]

Who was emperor after Galba?

Galba then made matters worse by ignoring his faithful supporter, Marcus Otho, and naming Lucius Piso as his successor. Otho was furious. He gained the support of the Praetorian Guard, who assassinated both Galba and Piso – just seven months after Galba had been named emperor. Now it was Otho’s turn to rule.

What is a hare’s tail?

4 letter answer(s) to hare’s tail SCUT. a short erect tail.

What’s a hares tail?

1 : hare’s-tail grass. 2 : cotton grass.

What is Zhivago’s love?

The crossword clue Zhivago’s love with 4 letters was last seen on the October 28, 2021. We think the likely answer to this clue is LARA.

What is rabbit tail?

So, as stated earlier, a rabbit tail is not a fluffy white cotton ball. In fact, rabbit tails are quite long. Rabbits tuck their tails in at their rears most of the time, like a deer. Rabbit tails also have a specific name: the scut. Other animals with scuts include bears, deer, goats, and moose.

Does a Hare have a scut?

n. a short tail, esp. of a hare, rabbit, or deer.

What’s a rabbit’s tail called?

Another interesting thing that deer and rabbits share is a special name for their tails. That short, erect tuft of fur on their backsides is called a scut.

What do you call a cricket extra?

In cricket, an extra (sometimes called a sundry) is a run scored by, or awarded to, a batting team which is not credited to any individual batsman. They are the runs scored by methods other than striking the ball with the bat.

What is the low card in pinochle?

Rank of Cards A Pinochle pack consists of: A (high), 10, K, Q, J, 9 (low) in each of the four suits, with two of each card.

What is a short neck duck?

The crossword clue Short-necked ducks with 5 letters was last seen on the January 01, 1998. We think the likely answer to this clue is TEALS.

Does Rome still have an emperor?

Romulus Augustulus is often considered to have been the last emperor of the West, until his forced abdication in 476, although Julius Nepos maintained a claim recognized by the Eastern Empire to the title until his death in 480….Roman emperor.

Emperor of the Roman Empire
Appointer Roman Senate (officially) and/or Roman Military