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Hom·burg

also hom·burg  (hŏm′bûrg′)
n.
A felt hat having a soft dented crown and a shallow, slightly rolled brim.

[After (Bad) Homburg.]
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homburg

(ˈhɒmbɜːɡ)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a man's hat of soft felt with a dented crown and a stiff upturned brim
[C20: named after Homburg, in Germany, town where it was originally made]
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hom•burg

(ˈhɒm bɜrg)

n.
a man's felt hat with a soft crown dented lengthwise and a slightly rolled brim.
[1890–95; after Homburg, Germany, where it was first manufactured]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.homburg - a hat made of felt with a creased crownhomburg - a hat made of felt with a creased crown
chapeau, hat, lid - headdress that protects the head from bad weather; has shaped crown and usually a brim
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Translations

homburg

[ˈhɒmbɜːg] Nsombrero m de fieltro
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homburg

nHomburg m
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References in classic literature ?
Dear Lady Augusta--I am afraid I shall not be able to come to you on January 7th, as you kindly proposed at Homburg. I am so very, very sorry; it is a great disappointment to me.
"Apres I shall go to Homburg, and win another hundred thousand francs."
Always a keen watcher of men's faces, he had glanced for a second time at a gaunt, sallow man who wore a loose check suit and a grey Homburg hat.