- n. Someone who makes hats.
- n. someone who makes and sells hats
- hat + maker (Wiktionary)
“British ladies in general love breaking out the big hats for special occasions like Royal Ascot and society weddings, and Philip Treacy, hatmaker to celebrities and the social set is the man to go to for the demure to the outrageous.”
“I adore hats and am known for wearing them, yet I was still surprised to learn that one of my great-grandmothers was a hatmaker.”
“She also worked for a time as an apprentice hatmaker.”
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“I should see the Mitty film again, if only for the utterly odd "Anatole of Paris " number Thurber was right, Mitty dreaming of being a lady's hatmaker was a complete reversal of the original point, the chance to see Karloff and Kaye in the same film, and Henry "Poor Man's Alan Reed" Corden as a thug.”
“They would then require a hatmaker, a glover, at least two ropemakers, four tailors, three weavers of woollen and three weavers of linen, two basket-makers, two common brewers, ten or twelve shop-keepers to furnish chandlery and grocery wares, and as many for drapery and mercery, over and above what they could work.”
“The son of a hatmaker, he left school at fourteen, entered the family business, and became a peddler, selling straw hats in sleepy Andean cities.”
“The store's hot young hatmaker, a handsome Indianan named Halston, wearily reported from the front, "The ladies have killed me.”
“Stetson was born in 1830 to a "master hatmaker, Stephen Stetson, of Orange, New Jersey.”
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