ten-gallon hat


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a hat with a wide brim and a soft crown

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She ignored the question and pleaded with the man in the ten-gallon hat to stop kicking and prepare for the unknown.
COULD a cowboy's ten-gallon hat really hold that much water?
But when she is singing, hold on to your ten-gallon hat.
This is the same town Lamb described as a place where no one takes his ten-gallon hat off at the dinner table.
It was the mispronunciation of the word galloon that gave the world the term ten-gallon hat.
The arresting thing about this photographic image is that her garments are neatly and contrastively accessorized by a gun belt, a shoulder holster, and a ten-gallon hat.
Li'l Strawberry Cowgirl: helmet with sassy strawberry girl in a ten-gallon hat, matching knee pads and strawberry honker horn
WEARING a ten-gallon hat, a cowboy shirt and spurs sharp enough to cause sparks every time he ran about the stage - Jason Ringenberg isn't your average American western singer.
As the show continues, it's time to focus on the energetic gentleman in the ten-gallon hat who's belting out the lyrics to Mystery Train, Blue Moon Of Kentucky, Blue Suede Shoes, King Creole and those other classics with such conviction.
A harmonica-playing singer wearing a ten-gallon hat, the music a blend of lo-fi country rock and synthesiser pop - and it works remarkably well.
Gazing round, from under his ten-gallon hat, he said proudly: "Yup, land fit only for Injuns, coyotes and rattlesnakes.
In the movies, an anxious John Wayne fidgeted with his ten-gallon hat at the bedroom door while an officious midwife ordered him to boil water, or Fred MacMurray paced alone in a hospital lobby and stammered charmingly at preoccupied personnel.
Almost every element here is as familiar as a six-shooter and a ten-gallon hat but that's the point.
Hermes is still a master entertainer, clad completely in black, topped off by his ten-gallon hat.
Instead, he's in beige and brown 70s attire, with a large feathered ten-gallon hat perched atop his bushy coiffure, big moustache and mischievous eyes dominating an eagle-like visage.