bereted

adjective
be·reted | \ bə-ˈrād , be- \

Definition of bereted 

: wearing a beret … a photograph of a cute little French girl handing a bottle of what might be champagne to a liberating G.I. under the watchful eye of a bereted Frenchman … —Julian Barnes, New Yorker, 16 July 2001

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First Known Use of bereted

1928, in the meaning defined above

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