He walked more rapidly, and finally, seizing his hat from the hatrack, stepped out to the street.
It had a single desk in it, and three chairs, and a hatrack.
In a moment she had hatrack turned, and was going back to where Bud was waiting for her.
There wasn't any coat or hat on the hatrack, and there was nobody in the chairs.
The front hall was dark and cold; the hatrack was hung with an astonishing number of children's hats and caps and cloaks.
She leaned against the hatrack and buried her face in the folds of a coat.
As Stella climbed into the saddle, hatrack gave two or three kittenish jumps, and the crowd yelled.
Why, that little mare will run away from you as if hatrack was tied to a post.
India gave a little exclamation and moved toward the hatrack.
But hatrack is some, too, an' I want that magpie pony for Stella.
A thin or frail person; beanpole (1930s+)