floppy-brimmed love


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  • The young woman wore huge sunglasses and a floppy-brimmed white hat, along with a flowing white sundress.

    A Good Man is Hard to Find

  • He had a boonie hat, soft and floppy-brimmed, itself multihued but more importantly also woven with tufts of the nature-toned material.

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  • I know I can't be the only one who watched the show as a child and pictured my adult self as a super-efficient office worker in big glasses and a bun who could become glamorous and powerful at the drop of a floppy-brimmed hat.

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  • Hark back to the 1970s with a felt floppy-brimmed hat à la Diana Ross in Mahogany, which can bring a shirtdress up to runway standards.

    Before You Put That On

  • She was laughing at the memory as she opened the sitting room door and came tripping inside, the old, floppy-brimmed straw bonnet on her head, and wearing the green-and-white-striped poplin dress Wulfric remembered from last year, and looking quite as pretty as she had looked in all her new finery in London and at Lindsey Hall.

    Slightly Dangerous

  • And the image of her as she delivered it, dusty, even grubby, from that remarkable lesson she had been giving the village schoolchildren, her floppy-brimmed straw bonnet doing little to hide the dampness and unruliness of her hair, her face flushed and even glistening with perspiration, her eyes flashing.

    Slightly Dangerous

  • She was wearing the floppy-brimmed straw bonnet again.

    Slightly Dangerous

  • We passed many road repair crews; sometimes wiry, sometimes large, always muscular men clad in light-gray shorts and white undershirts and floppy-brimmed hats, leaning on shovels or picks or in the seats of downsized backhoes and graders, cigarettes dangling from their mouths or beers from their hands.

    Impossible Places

  • "Well, we're off," Ornina said, tucking the flat angel holding box solidly under her arm as she made yet another adjustment to her floppy-brimmed hat.


  • Anna pulled on the leather riding jacket and the floppy-brimmed hat of the type that had seen her through her time in Defalk, then strapped the lutar in the case behind the saddle.

    The Spellsong War


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