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  • n. Plural form of chapeau.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Of course, mocking tiny hats has been a comedic goldmine at least since the Men on Film donned petit chapeaus for an "In Living Color" sketch.

    Tiny hats war taken to Urban Outfitters

  • Mexican Hat, Ratabidia columnifera is still trying on chapeaus, or should it be chapeaux?

    Mish Mashy Breakthroughs « Fairegarden

  • With their pockmarks and deep indentations, the heads conjure thoughts of horrific flesh-eating diseases, providing a fascinating foil for the expensive, tailored chapeaus.

    Where Fashion Spreads Are Taken Seriously

  • As he had aged and sought respectability, he had disavowed some of his earlier publicity stunts, like sending seven bowler-hatted men to a Paris corner where, on cue, they would doff their chapeaus and reveal that each bald head had a letter painted on it that collectively spelled H-O-U-D-I-N-I.

    The Secret Life of Houdini

  • PeaceBang's grandmother Minnette was a rather famous and beloved milliner in the 1940's and 50's, so loving chapeaus is in her blood.

    Archive 2006-06-25

  • Thanks. waterproof plus size faux shearling coats chapeaus season a cast iron grill square bail lid canning jars grass hog magic chef ge gas ovens juiceman ii juicer george glass cow butter dish salsa okell washing up cement mixers moderntone orrefors mirro pressure cooker owners manual kitchenware cabinet herseys - 2006-08-18 21: 54: 42

    PLEASE give me a break... just a little one

  • The antiquarian, having, as he says, left the young people to themselves, stands at his counter furbishing up sundry old engravings, horse-pistols, pieces of coat-of-mail, and two large scimitars, all of which he has piled together in a heap, and beside which lay several chapeaus said to have belonged to distinguished Britishers.

    An Outcast or, Virtue and Faith

  • We had just been equipped with gas masks; and for the first time wore our prized chapeaus, the steel helmets.

    The Greater Love

  • I did, or rather stood by and let 'my son' do it in the best of French, only whispering when he proposed gorgeous _chapeaus_ full of flowers and feathers, that I could not afford it.

    Aunt Jo's Scrap-Bag

  • But other than that single experience, he feels comfortable wearing his stylish chapeaus everywhere. - Home Page


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