hat stand

esp US hat tree

  1. a frame or pole equipped with hooks or arms for hanging up hats, coats, etc

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How to use hat stand in a sentence

  • Her quickened sense could interpret every sound of motion: now he was at the hat-stand—now at the very room-door.

    North and South | Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell
  • He stood for fully two minutes by the hat-stand whereon he had hung his hat so many times.

  • Mr. Moore deposited his hat-stand under a tree, and standing still for a moment, wiped his hot forehead.

    East Angels | Constance Fenimore Woolson
  • Beside the door, a hat-stand on which hang accoutrements, sabres, and so forth.

    Plays--First Series | August Strindberg
  • In the corner is a hat stand and on it are many cloaks and hats and beneath it several pairs of very muddy boots.

    Three Plays by Granville-Barker | Harley Granville-Barker