You see, we open with Olivia lounging with her white hat and a copy of Gone Girl on the beach.
"Far more hunt with a hare nor a fox," now observes Mr. Bonnet, raising his white hat to cool his bald head.
She was a vision of dainty purity in her white gown, white hat, and gloves.
Next morning the snow had vanished, and the white hat must have been obvious to the wayfaring man though a fool.
Ursula had a new white dress of soft crepe, and a white hat.
I have a white hat, it is much admired; also a plaid, and a heavy stoop; so I take my walks abroad, witching the world.
My white hat with the blush-roses will look sweet with this frock.
"You're giving her plenty of room, Mr. Woodburn," said the white hat in front.
The man in the white hat was described to me, and the exact time and place of the meeting.
One day I entered a shop on the Boulevards to buy a white hat.
a computer programmer hired to prevent illegal acts such as hacking a forbidden network or sending out a virus or worm; also, a computer expert, usually a former hacker, who now uses his or her skills for legitimate causes; also called white hat hacker
fr its use in western /cowboy movies
: I told them they were the white-hatguys
A law-abiding, morally upright, and heroic person, as distinct from the villainous black hat
[1970s+; fr the conventional dress of heroes in cowboy movies]