from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having a broad brim.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a broad border, brim, or edge.
- Wearing a hat with a broad brim.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of hats) having a broad brim
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In ceremony, he appears as an old man with a cane, wearing a broad-brimmed straw hat, and is typically smoking a pipe and sprinkling water on others.
New York Fashion Week: Rodarte Odd Jobs: Body Make-Up Artist Other British-inspired styles on the runways included broad-brimmed hats at Tommy Hilfiger, the tiny headpieces known as fascinators at Marc Jacobs, and a surfeit of demure, pleated, calf-grazing skirts practically everywhere.
His leather hat was broad-brimmed, and a sliver of his neck showed above his collar.
She wore a broad-brimmed straw hat to keep her cool, but the toll of the wait was clear in the sweat that poured down her face.
A low-crowned broad-brimmed hat worn, esp. for travelling, in ancient Greece; (Classical Mythol.) a hat of this sort which the god Hermes (or Mercury) is frequently represented as wearing.
Midway through his piece, Hoyt concedes the Times erred when it reported that O'Keefe entered the ACORN offices dressed as a pimp "in the outlandish costume -- fur coat, goggle-like sunglasses, walking stick and broad-brimmed hat ..."
Everyone knows that Thanksgiving is the holiday of gratitude, ever since the Pilgrims supposedly tipped their broad-brimmed hats in appreciation back in 1621.
Bill Tillett has been auctioneering since fall 1963, after he graduated from the Superior School of Auctioneering in Decatur, Ill. With his ruddy face and broad-brimmed hat, Tillett, who is more than six feet tall and has a discus thrower's build, is a commanding presence among the masses that often surround him.
Here, the young artist appears as a shadowy figure in a frock coat and broad-brimmed hat—a modern Frenchman thrust into the gloom of 17th-century Amsterdam by means of art-historical homage.
But when they reached the end of the street, he turned and took off his broad-brimmed hat.