If this expressive article of dress was drawn low upon the forehead, it was a sign that hard work was going on, in exciting moments it was pushed rakishly
askew, and when despair seized the author it was plucked wholly off, and cast upon the floor, and cast upon the floor.
The mantel's chastely severe outline was ingloriously veiled behind some pert drapery drawn rakishly
askew like the sashes of the Amazonian ballet.
Thrust under the molding were photographs of young men and women, and of picnic groups wherein the young men, with hats rakishly
on the backs of their heads, encircled the girls with their arms.
Bumble took his hat from a peg, and putting it on, rather rakishly
, on one side, as a man might, who felt he had asserted his superiority in a becoming manner, thrust his hands into his pockets, and sauntered towards the door, with much ease and waggishness depicted in his whole appearance.
Some wore them tipped rakishly
to one side--these were your men of humor, jolly, free-and-easy dogs; some had them jammed independently down over their noses--these were your hard characters, thorough men, who, when they wore their hats, wanted to wear them, and to wear them just as they had a mind to; there were those who had them set far over back--wide-awake men, who wanted a clear prospect; while careless men, who did not know, or care, how their hats sat, had them shaking about in all directions.
I imagine it is locked up in one of these things," went on Blunt, pointing towards the end of the studio where amongst the monumental presses of dark oak lurked the shy dummy which had worn the stiff robes of the Byzantine Empress and the amazing hat of the "Girl," rakishly
. I wondered whether that dummy had travelled from Paris, too, and whether with or without its head.
And when I'm shaving in the morning, that's my dad staring back at me out of the mirror (not a bad thing, really, as he was rakishly
YAnd I had undone the top button over a polka-dot kipper tie, knotted just rakishly
enough to suggest a Romeo on the prowl on the Riviera.
He looked unbearably cool, with a newsboy cap tilted rakishly
over an ear adorned with a piratical hoop, leather jacket, and scraggly street punk beard.
Three things set him apart from our other relatives his rakishly
tilted Jinnah Cap, a gun belt draped across his chest with a holstered Webley and Scott at one end and last, but not least, his smoking style.
Our first view of Sigismund displays him lounging rakishly
on his throne, a campy travesty of power that recalls images from earlier in Ivan the Terrible as well as Eisenstein's 1928 film, October (Fig.
"It looks, from where I'm standing, like a gaucho outfit - billowing white blouse, black pantaloons held up by a thick length of rope and tucked into dinky wee boots, the whole thing topped off with a black sombrero, rakishly
tilted over his eyes.