He looks very impressive, with his cocked hat and marshal's baton.
Made me s'mad I took a club an' knocked that biler into a cocked hat.
Won't the Count look handsome with lace ruffles and gold braid all over his chest and coat-tails, and a cocked hat.
As he was hurriedly leaving his cabin he called for his cocked hat.
All these things Dickory thought of, and he picked up his cocked hat whenever it dropped.
I'll do it if the beadle follows in his cocked hat; not else.
That was it—the youth of these two had knocked his conceit into a cocked hat.
I replied that I had neither dirk nor cocked hat, although I had applied for them.
If there's anything I abhor, it's playing flunkey in a cocked hat and a policeman's uniform.
Yes, I was thinking what a popinjay I should look in a cocked hat.
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