From them emerged men in suits, in chapcms and caracul hats, women in hijabs, children with neatly combed hair. From Wordnik.com. [A Thousand Splendid Suns]
I thought if she took it, I'd get a caracul, with a black fox collar. From Wordnik.com. [Gigolo] Reference
It appeared that the call had gone forth for fur coats for the troops, and all the worthy citizens of the town forwarded to the trenches their caracul coats. From Wordnik.com. [The White Road to Verdun] Reference
She was unusually smart, all in black: small black tricorne hat, short black caracul coat, loose and swinging, and austere high-necked black velvet frock at a time when most street costumes were like evening gowns. From Wordnik.com. [Babbitt] Reference
"That is caracul. From Wordnik.com. [Patty's Social Season] Reference
Senchus Mor, by his fellow girl, the Mrs Shemans, in her summer seal houseonsample, with the caracul broadtail, her totam in tutu, final buff noonmeal edition, in the regatta covers, uptenable from the orther, for to regul their reves by incubation, and Lally, through their gangrene spentacles, and all the good or they did in their time, the rigorists, for Roe and O’Mulcnory a. From Wordnik.com. [Finnegans Wake] Reference
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