- n. A stiff hat, with a flat crown and a brim, made from woven straw.
- n. a stiff hat made of straw with a flat crown
“I gave it to her for her birthday this June, a lavender straw hat with a wide, slightly up-curling brim.”
“Mrs. Conway beamed, and her husband twirled his straw hat around his right hand and smiled at my mother as if he were giving her time to figure out what he was talking about.”
“Thomas two-fisting tropical drinks with a straw hat on his head.”
“A new straw hat was peregrinating along the fence near the two boys.”
“But Marvin pulled his suitcase down the street between the rows of dilapidated cottages toward Basin, his rumpled pale blue sports coat and coned straw hat and cowboy boots almost lost in the mauve-colored thickness of the evening.”
“He wore a Hawaiian-print shirt with a black tie that had a picture of a surfer on it, but the thing that really stood out was his enormous straw hat adorned with a lei.”
“It was wearing a straw hat and a lacy dress, and it was about two inches high, a birthday gift from her oldest granddaughter, Kristina Lindbergh.”
“In case it should be chilly before she got back, she wore over it an old but still serviceable coat of black alpaca, and on her neat mousy hair a black straw hat with a glacé ribbon bow and a kind of trail of purple pansies.”
“Tommy and Virginia did not encounter another soul until they turned onto the old Jamestown Road and saw her neighbor Mr. Elliot in his straw hat and bow tie, out for a drive in his open model T.”
“Then he walked toward the corner putting on a hard-topped, flat-brimmed straw hat with a black band.”
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