He had gone out to dinner with a gibus hat, and they took that.
He took a gibus hat,—his own, or that of some other unfortunate,—and slowly made his way down to the place in Bruton Street.
The eminent entertainer extracted from the gibus a portmanteau, a soup-tureen, and a lady's watch.
“Devil” his lordship was going to say, for something struck him on the top of his gibus hat.
His gibus was thrust back and exposed a disorder of hair that suggested a reckless desperation.
Ca'thos, cousin of Madelon, brought up by her uncle Gor'gibus, a plain citizen in the middle rank of life.
He went down by the lift (tipping again), and, being accosted by a waiter with his gibus, tipped the finder half a crown.