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His shepherd’s plaid coat, flannel trousers and soft hat may have reassured George Biggins, but when the boot-button eyes ranged farther afield and lit on Inspector Fox, in his dark suit, mackintosh and bowler, their owner uttered a yelp of pure terror, turned tail and charged into his mother, who had at that moment walked out of the bedroom.
Did it ever occur to you, Nurse” — Mr. Simms-Gaythorpe leaned forward, crushing his soft hat between his hands in a nervous manner — “that there might be something behind all that?”
He was in a soft hat and a raincoat; on his way home, I suppose.
Holmes dropped his soft hat on the dark green leather of the seat beside him and went about making himself comfortable, tucking one foot beneath him, loosening his overcoat, and arranging the travelling-rugs behind him.
He wore a pearl-gray soft hat with rakish brim, and it was set with suspicious carelessness upon his bushy yellow hair.