broad-brimmed


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(of hats) having a broad brim

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But they were overcome by unutterable amazement when Mr Pancks, going close up to the most venerable of men and halting in front of the bottle-green waistcoat, made a trigger of his right thumb and forefinger, applied the same to the brim of the broad-brimmed hat, and, with singular smartness and precision, shot it off the polished head as if it had been a large marble.
In a paroxysm of animosity and rapidity, Mr Pancks then caught the broad-brimmed hat out of the astounded Patriarch's hand, cut it down into a mere stewpan, and fixed it on the Patriarch's head.
Omer took off his broad-brimmed hat, and sat down and panted.
Well, she had a slate-coloured, broad-brimmed straw hat, with a feather of a brickish red.
From beneath their broad-brimmed hats of palm-leaf, gleamed eyes which, even in good-nature and merriment, had a kind of animal ferocity.
Simeon Halliday, a tall, straight, muscular man, in drab coat and pantaloons, and broad-brimmed hat, now entered.
She had on a red cloak and a black bonnet: or rather, a broad-brimmed gipsy hat, tied down with a striped handkerchief under her chin.
Casting a glance in the direction of the church before entering his home, he beheld standing by the vestry-door a group of girls, of ages between twelve and sixteen, apparently awaiting the arrival of some other one, who in a moment became visible; a figure somewhat older than the school-girls, wearing a broad-brimmed hat and highly-starched cambric morning-gown, with a couple of books in her hand.
She had a large broad-brimmed hat on, painted with the most splendid flowers.
A pair of old, worn, beaver gloves, a broad-brimmed hat, and a faded green umbrella, with plenty of whalebone sticking through the bottom, as if to counterbalance the want of a handle at the top, lay on a chair beside him; and, being disposed in a very tidy and careful manner, seemed to imply that the red-nosed man, whoever he was, had no intention of going away in a hurry.
Even the tax-gatherer, who was stout, and wore spectacles and a broad-brimmed hat, had the taxes handed through the grating.
In the photos shared by the publication, Middleton hid her shorter locks in a black broad-brimmed hat that was perfect for the occasion.
1752-55) Derby 'dry-edge' porcelain figure group (featuring a bearded Chinaman in a broad-brimmed hat) to the sculptor Agostino Carlini, contributed to its achieving the current record price for Derby--134,500 [pounds sterling]--at Bonhams last year (Fig.
Mothers dressed their daughters in broad-brimmed "Bolivar hats".
Some sections were reserved for soldiers, who were all turned out in identical olive green uniforms and broad-brimmed hats.