from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A hat with a very broad brim.
- n. A Quaker.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A hat with a very broad brim, like those worn by men of the society of Friends.
- n. A member of the society of Friends; a Quaker.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A hat with a very broad brim, especially the form of hat worn by members of the Society of Friends.
- n. Hence A member of that society; a Quaker.
Aware that some athletes might want to cash in even before the cereal-endorsement folks showed up, USOC handlers pleaded with the American athletes not to sell or trade their official uniforms (comprising nearly 50 articles of clothing, from broadbrim felt hats to leather flight jackets) - at least until after the closing ceremonies.
In the daylit corridor he talked with voluble pains of zeal, in duty bound, most fair, most kind, most honest broadbrim. —
But on his rapid way he had found time to fling his hazel stick into a corner, his rough broadbrim upon the table, and these few emphatic words at his nephew:
Arrived at the village, we encountered one little procession after another of broadbrim straws and Shaker bonnets turning out of the several houses as we drove past.
And hanging the antique broadbrim on a bust of Plato, Jo read her letters.
In the daylit corridor he talked with voluble pains of zeal, in duty bound, most fair, most kind, most honest broadbrim.
Father Bourassa fanned himself with the black broadbrim hat he wore, and looked benignly but quizzically on the wiry, sharp-faced Irishman.
So hanging clothes on a rail near by, keeping old broadbrim straw on head and easy shoes on feet, havnt I had a good time the last two hours!
He clamped his broadbrim on his head with one hand and steadied his holster with the other, straightened up with half-stifled expletive, and the next minute was swarming up the slender iron rungs of the signal-ladder.
To daily business he wore a cheap, common broadbrim, but sometimes, for several days, on freak or unknown method, he wore this steeple hat, and strangers in the place generally got an opportunity to see it.