“Cass wore a gray hat too, seems to me,” Mackenzie contributed, scratching his gray hair.
His gray hat was pushed aslant as his head rested against hers.
He saw the gray hat waved wildly, but the voice was ravished from him by the wind of the train.
But don't forget, my boys, to bring that coat and gray hat back to Madame Louchard.
Judith stepped down and stood beside the linen duster and gray hat, fervently wishing she had stayed at home.
The coachman afterward related how Luther in the haste of the flight dropped a gray hat he had worn.
I have told this little history of a gray hat, not because it is in any way extraordinary, but because it is not.
The dull yellow folds were full of it; his gray hat, pulled low over his purple ears, was heaped with it.
He was startled by a shot, that struck his gray hat simultaneously with the report.
His gray hat was tilted rakishly up at the back and down in front, and a handkerchief was knotted loosely around his throat.