a soft felt hat with a curled brim, worn with the crown creased lengthwise.
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How to use fedora in a sentence
When I picture Jackman in fedora-wearing adventurer mode, it reminds me of his turn in the Baz Luhrmann bomb Australia.Robert Pattinson as Indiana Jones? Here Are Our Picks to Fill Harrison Ford’s Fedora | Marlow Stern | June 7, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
In Gallagher's view, Sky isn't just a guy who looks smooth tilting his fedora, "he's a gambler who loves the long shot."New York’s Greatest Show Or How They Did Not Screw Up ‘Guys and Dolls’ | Ross Wetzsteon | April 6, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
In each picture, she poses in front of photographs of Anne Frank while wearing her most serious face and fedora.Should Beyoncé Have Instagrammed From the Anne Frank House? | Amy Zimmerman | March 21, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Will Bruno Mars rock a fedora and the Chili Peppers go without shirts?
The men favored tailored coats and neat ties, perhaps even a fedora for added polish.
Johnny the Itch pulled nervously at the wide-brimmed fedora jerked down on his bony skull.
Johnny the Itch fingered away sweat that rolled down from under his fedora and nodded obediently.
He wore a high crowned, pearl grey fedora, set squarely on his head and his fleecy coat had heavily padded shoulders.
fedora sauntered slowly around the rooms, leaning over and staking a gold plaque here and there.Mr. Grex of Monte Carlo | E. Phillips Oppenheim
fedora glanced at the watch upon her wrist and held out her hand to Lady Weybourne.Mr. Grex of Monte Carlo | E. Phillips Oppenheim
British Dictionary definitions for fedora
a soft felt or velvet medium-brimmed hat, usually with a band
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