slouch hat

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a soft felt hat with a wide flexible brim


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Instead he gave them his signed bush hat, which raised pounds 11,000, and donated pounds 50,000 to the trust run by former Great Scot unsung hero Ann Maxwell.
Ian Balding, sporting a neck brace and a bush hat, was making his first racecourse appearance since the riding accident that could so easily have had much more serious consequences
His accent is somewhat at odds with his new bush hat and Aussie desert pattern uniform.
Out came Albie's bandana, a smart Caribbean job, Bob was in his sophisticated white Panama hat, John P brought the Australian bush hat complete with corks, Russell his old fishing hat and Kevin his denim boy racer hat.
And it was even more unfortunate that I should have been wearing a bush hat to protect the generous spread of my bald patch from the sun's rays.
He may have been at the dance with other young men - one wearing an Australian-style bush hat, a red top with white lettering and blue jeans.
The fictional character, which first appeared on 13 October 1958, from Darkest Peru, with his old bush hat, battered suitcase and marmalade sandwiches has become a classic English children's literature icon.
Then one day Margaret saw a young man in a large bush hat.
Having erected his game reserve-style tent, staked out a claim in the savanna with windbreaks, he'd gone off for a wildebeest baguette in the local pub - all without breaking a sweat in his bush hat and shorts.
Cheers ring out as Young, gnarled face and straggly grey hair topped with a black bush hat, brings out his trusty harmonica for a cover of Dylan''s Blowin'' In The Wind before the pace picks up once more.
Dressed from head to toe in camouflage gear and topped off with an Australian bush hat bedecked with feathers and pin badges, you get the feeling that should you happen to meet his eye while leaving the house of a morning you'd still be there talking on the topic of migrating bullfinches until noon.
His army soon realised he was very different from the stereotypical cold British officer and his wide-brimmed bush hat became a trademark.
Working on the long-awaited adaptation of the treasured tale could come with a burden of expectations, and director Paul King admits that British audiences perhaps have "trepidation that we'll have a Hollywood reboot, with Paddington rapping about marmalade and wearing his bush hat back to front".
I'm still very proud to see it, I've got a little boy now myself, so I say dad made that and that's your grandpa in a bush hat.
Neither am I Australian but I have a bush hat with corks hanging off it that I wear on hot, fly-busy days.