/ (ˈsʌnˌhæt) /


a hat that shades the face and neck from the sun

Nearby words

  1. sungkiang,
  2. sunglass,
  3. sunglasses,
  4. sunglow,
  5. sungrebe,
  6. sunk,
  7. sunk fence,
  8. sunk relief,
  9. sunken,
  10. sunken garden

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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