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The conversational powers of the company having been by this time pretty heavily taxed, the straw hat opens the door and gets out; and all the rest alight also.
Todhunter dashed down his window with violence, and the man in the high hat melted into the sea-fog again.
No one did, because the Mangaboos did not wear hats, and Zeb had lost his, somehow, in his flight through the air.
It was a very ordinary black hat of the usual round shape, hard and much the worse for wear.
I look in the glass sometimes at my two long, cylindrical bags (so picturesquely rugged about the knees), my stand-up collar and billycock hat, and wonder what right I have to go about making God's world hideous.
The roses and buttercups were so sweet and pretty I thought they'd look lovely on my hat.
Well, they tell me I am looking pretty blooming,' said the man with the cocked hat, 'and it's a wonder, too.
Blanche's name had barely passed her husband's lips before Blanche herself verified Sir Patrick's prediction, by reappearing at the open French window, with the superseded white hat in her hand.
Bumble took his hat from a peg, and putting it on, rather rakishly, on one side, as a man might, who felt he had asserted his superiority in a becoming manner, thrust his hands into his pockets, and sauntered towards the door, with much ease and waggishness depicted in his whole appearance.
I dare not,' said the other, 'for if I were to put my hat on straight, there would come such a frost that the very birds in the sky would freeze and fall dead on the earth.
Kit acknowledged these expressions of confidence by touching his hat again and blushing very much.
said the princess, indicating Vronsky, who with his mother on his arm walked by, wearing a long overcoat and wide-brimmed black hat.
she asked, lingering as if to tie her hat more firmly.
Take my hat down for a moment from that peg, will you?
Every Frondist must put a knot of straw in his hat.