slouch hat

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a soft felt hat with a wide flexible brim


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In many cases the shoulder badge was considered the most convenient method and it soon became widely used as the slouch hat badge.
The photo of some grinning Australian soldiers in slouch hats that graces the cover of Peter Stanley's book Bad Characters not only provides an apt departure point for his story of 'indiscipline' in the first AIF, but also suggests the challenge he faces in rendering the 'dark side' of the story of Australians at war.
We called him "killer" for reasons that are lost in the mists of schoolboy time, but was maybe something to do with a slouch hat, a passing resemblance to a Hollywood gangster and a quick-fire, drawling patter whenever he spoke.
A slouch hat, creased in the center, was tilted forward on his grandfather's head, shading a young face with the same solemn expression that he remembered on an old and weathered face many years later.
SEARCH "JOEL SALATIN" on YouTube, and you will find him resplendent in a slouch hat, white T-shirt, and jeans, talking about the virtues of sustainable farming.
The young Walt Whitman chose wisely: his rakish slouch hat in the frontispiece portrait of Leaves of Grass was perfect for his free-and-easy speaker.
It consists of a pedestal of unpolished Aberdeen grey granite beneath a bronze figure of a man in khaki, in the uniform and slouch hat worn during the campaign.
In a southern city, in the 1880s the Theodore Thomas Orchestra played in a theater where a farmer in a slouch hat occupied a box of solitary splendor.
This is not to say that the book doesn't shy from its Antipodean sympathies; the authors, for instance, appear rather indignant over Monty's decision to abandon a slouch hat in favour of a black beret, though somewhat gleeful that it now makes a central display item at the Australian War Memorial.
A collar turned up, the brim of a slouch hat turned down, a lazily impudent grin on a face like the map of Ireland, and dancing that was hot and cool all at once, calculated to the degree of resembling an off-the-cuff improvisation of genius.
It was hung so high that she could hardly reach it by standing on a chair and it was so heavy that it almost broke her arms, but at last it came down, a gray slouch hat with it.
A CARDIFF woman was accosted at Heathrow Airport yesterday by a man wearing a black beard, slouch hat and dark glasses.
So you know in effect we're probably trebling our production of the slouch hat and it's all important.
Wearing a steel helmet instead of his trademark felt slouch hat, Griffith chatted with the soldiers in the trenches and posed for photographers.
In the Anzac Spirit: The Fourth Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment/NZ (Anzac) South Vietnam 1968 to 1969, Slouch Hat publications, 2002, 224 pages