sunhat

/ (ˈsʌnˌhæt) /

noun

a hat that shades the face and neck from the sun
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Examples from the Web for sunhat

  • The sunhat had been worn by a shapely young woman in swimming tights, who had rushed off into the house.

    Operation Haystack|Frank Patrick Herbert
  • A day or two after Margaret's arrival she had driven around to call in her dog-cart, looking as fresh as a daisy in her sunhat.

    A Little Journey in the World|Charles Dudley Warner
  • She was no taller than Polly, but slender and with golden red hair caught under the sunhat in a swimmer's chignon.

    Operation Haystack|Frank Patrick Herbert