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  • adj. Resembling a hat.


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hat +‎ -like


  • Yakkay, a Danish company, makes helmets with hatlike covers such as the Paris in herringbone tweed.

    The Season of Biker Chic

  • Every car rental company had its own buses, and they were all weird-looking, with oddball color patterns and hatlike outgrowths and strangely placed fins, as though they were designed by the same people who draw spaceships in comic books.

    Drowned Hopes

  • The hatlike lid shot up and hit the shopkeeper in the shoulder as he was leaning over the box.

    The Norby Chronicles

  • With that, the thin wire slowly withdrew into the barrel, and the hatlike lid seemed to settle down firmly so that the band of darkness disappeared.

    The Norby Chronicles

  • We find the missionaries writing to the Society at the beginning of 1807, after the mutiny at Vellore, occasioned as certainly by the hatlike turban then ordered, as the mutiny of Bengal half a century after was by the greased cartridges: --

    Life of William Carey

  • All right, well, it’s not immediately visible … there’s a bit of Magimix, without any other bits … the Japanese rice cooker … the weird hatlike egg coddler … Well, I’m going to have to move all of these out of the way to see if Will’s gone and stuffed the siphon down the back, which it would be just like him to go and do.

    Confetti Confidential


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