Berets [noun]

Definition of Berets:

small hat

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Sentence/Example of Berets:

The man in front wore a diamond sunburst jewel on his beret, and his cloak was lined with pale blue silk.

Mary Louise pulled on her beret and her goloshes and went out into the snow again.

Eleven o'clock, and then twelve, and then one, and still Mildrid sat and Beret waked.

When they got settled in the sœter Beret was quite absorbed in the new, strange life, but Mildrid was still restless.

Beret jumped up; the sun was high in the sky; the cattle were away long ago.

Then Beret, moved by her tears, let go her arms; but her short hard breathing still betrayed her excitement.

But Beret threw her arms round her sister's neck, and kissed her over and over again.

Beret ran once or twice up to the top of the hill, to see if he were in sight, but there was no sign of him.

She sat and looked absently at the others, oftenest at Beret, who ate on steadily, gulping down her food like a hungry dog.

Then they began to grow impatient, and at last Mildrid got so excited that Beret was frightened.