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- adj. Having no brim
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- adj. Having no brim.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having no brim: as, a brimless hat.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. without a brim
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Also: the brimless, winged hat which Hermes is represented as wearing in later art.
A large barrel-shaped man in a thick, brimless hat had stepped ponderously up to the bar, and was talking to Joe with glimmering eyes.
Out in the hallway, May hovered, holding her tan leather gloves and new brimless hat at her waist.
Additionally, a brimless hat permitted the grenadier greater ease in throwing the grenade overhand.
Priginally, a taj is brimless hat worn by men and women in Muslim countries.
They were strolling the fragrant gardens for which Damascus was famous, an incongruous couple: Octavian in a purple-bordered toga; Taxiles in a frilly skirt and blouse, a series of gold rings around his neck, and a little round brimless hat encrusted with ocean pearls upon his corkscrewed black locks.
I have never figured out why really full 50's mid calf skirts were worn with brimless pin head sized hats.
He was dressed in a dark suit and brimless cap, and looked like a professional driver.
Her head was decorated with a brownish-red shake of a type she had learned was becoming to her, brimless and with a trailing plume, and her throat was graced by a three-strand necklace of gold beads.
Also available: "The classic brimless 'black and white' spectator cap" and others.