Origin of hard hat
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Origin of hard-hat
How to use hard hat in a sentence
Bumper stickers have even been printed that say "No to the murtazeqa," beside a silhouette of a man wearing a yellow hardhat.
He was a local construction worker, complete with hardhat, and he spoke with a heavy Spanish accent.
British Dictionary definitions for hard hat
Other Idioms and Phrases with hard hat
A working-class ultraconservative. For example, They were counting on a large number of votes from the hard hats. This term alludes to the rigid protective headgear worn by construction workers, who were noted for their conservatism during the tumultuous 1960s. [c. 1960]