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  • noun Plural form of hat.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Then th 'young woman coom agean wi her armful o' what lukt to be flaars an feathers an ribbins all jumbled in a lump, but which proved to be what they called hats, an as shoo put furst one an then another on to

    Yorkshire Tales. Third Series Amusing sketches of Yorkshire Life in the Yorkshire Dialect

  • Several of the volunteers were wearing their green Fenty hats from the primary, surprising residents who appeared confused by the visit from the "green team."

    Fenty says he won't 'personally' ask write-in campaign leaders to stop

  • Sewell has wide-ranging experience of educating black children – one of his hats is director of the charity, Generating Genius, which targets African-Caribbean children, to get them to university.

    It's our class, not our colour, that screws us up

  • Web Zen: Zoo Zen Revisited squirrel messenger unidog wiggles dog wigs dancing chicken owls daily mail picnic frog inner city snail counting sheep squeek the squirrel hamsters in hats uni the hedgehog

    Boing Boing

  • Bundled in hats, scarves and bulky coats against Saturday night's damp cold, the group, members and supporters of the Interfaith Committee on Homelessness, formed a semi-circle, sheltered by the porch roof at the entrance of Cedar Hills United Church of Christ.

    Homelessness

  • I think comparing the stuff to trucker hats is an insult to trucker hats.

    Ed Hardy gearheads get the funnyordie treatment | EW.com

  • Harborside's founder and chief executive, Steve DeAngelo, remarkable for his pigtails and porkpie hats, is considering throwing one of them (hat, that is) into the ring.

    Boutique buds: What underground mom-and-pop growers did while we debated legalization

  • But later I heard a proverb that made me realize just how precious every one of those hats is in a city boiling with mounds of gray rubble: Depi tet pa koupe nou espere met chapo.

    Coco McCabe: Haiti: One Man, Six Hats, and a Proverb About Hope

  • So it's ironic that the term "jet age" today sounds almost quaint, suggesting a time of black-and-white televisions, men in hats and women in gloves.

    Shrinking the World

  • Bundled in hats, scarves and bulky coats against Saturday night's damp cold, the group, members and supporters of the Interfaith Committee on Homelessness, formed a semi-circle, sheltered by the porch roof at the entrance of Cedar Hills United Church of Christ.

    Oregon

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  • Captured at Yorktown: "116 hats," and received from the British "Deputy-Quarter-Master" as subject to the Articles of Capitulation, 25 hats. The next day, "in consequence of his violation of the right of flags, were adjudged to be forfeited" 170 hats.

    October 29, 2007