He had lost his bearings and was growing as mad as a hatter.
The hatter in the Strand, mounting a huge lath-and-plaster Hat.
"Mad as a hatter," they would say, and quote his dislike of the field-path in proof.
You were a hatter, in business at one time, and are not now?
Amongst others, as we have seen, came the hatter who found only three hats in the kirk.
It was during the early days of June that the hatter moved in.
He was to set me up as a laundress, and work himself at his trade of a hatter.
The family did not understand why she continued to bear a grudge against the hatter.
Manifestly, Philippa was indeed, as Mrs. Thompson had said, 'as mad as a hatter.'
"We can talk about it some other time," the hatter hastened to put in.