sailor hat

noun

a hat with a flat round crown and fairly broad brim that is rolled upwards

Nearby words

  1. sailing length,
  2. sailing ship,
  3. sailmaker,
  4. sailmaker's palm,
  5. sailor,
  6. sailor suit,
  7. sailor's breastplate,
  8. sailor's-choice,
  9. sailoring,
  10. sailorly

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Examples from the Web for sailor hat

  • At Fluëlen, too, she bought a bunch of edelweiss from a Swiss doll with goitre, and stuck it into the bow on her sailor-hat.

    The Letters of her Mother to Elizabeth|W. R. H. (William Rutherford Hayes) Trowbridge
  • The woman with the angular features presented in No. 32 should not wear a sailor-hat or any hat with a perfectly straight rim.

    What Dress Makes of Us|Dorothy Quigley
  • The sailor-hat or any style bordering on it should be selected with utmost discrimination.

    What Dress Makes of Us|Dorothy Quigley