Definition for hatter (2 of 2)
noun Australian Informal.
Origin of hatter2
Examples from the Web for hatter
"You naturally would under the old system," assented the Hatter.Alice in Blunderland|John Kendrick Bangs
Mr. Charlston was a hatter by trade; and at the time referred to kept a hat factory of his own in Fleet Street.The Black-Sealed Letter|Andrew Learmont Spedon
I git separated from him in a close place an' hatter move my headquarters.The Sins of the Father|Thomas Dixon
"The beer helps the swallowing, boss," said the hatter with conviction—and a fresh hope!H. R.|Edwin Lefevre
But as the Hatter's watch only keeps tea-time we're always at the tea table, and the cake and tea were eaten long ago.Uncle Wiggily in Wonderland|Howard R. Garis
British Dictionary definitions for hatter
Word Origin and History for hatter
Idioms and Phrases with hatter
see mad as a hatter.