top-hatted

top-hatted

adj
(Clothing & Fashion) clothing wearing a top hat
Translations

top-hatted

[ˈtɒpˈhætɪd] ADJen chistera, enchisterado
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NO-ONE could supply information about the fine body of top-hatted men photographed outside The Shakespeare Inn in Northgate when I first used it.
The top-hatted man's face turned as ruddy as his nose and he bawled: "Quack?
That's a 19-strong gang of top-hatted chums who've replaced the dreadlocks with dread.
Images of top-hatted Astaire doppelgangers, horse-riders, and alpine scenes--more echoes of yetis--featuring dangling escape ladders cross-pollinate across carefully amateurish-looking drawings.
He painted views of dressing rooms, rehearsal spaces, and of the stage from the wings, where he stood watching with other top-hatted men.
and there was a flash and a bang, and by the light of that flash from the pistol, Gavin saw the pale face of that top-hatted gunman for a second.
In one drawing, a top-hatted gigolo figure with a vest over his pink torso sticks fingers from each hand up the noses of two naked victims, one male, one female, their legs bound behind their heads, the antics caught beneath a scribbled-y chandelier.
Top-hatted gentlemen and black-hatted ladies parted like the waves to let me and my hat glide by, to broad grins of approval.
The top-hatted peeping Tom was chased by the burly inhabitant of the house, and was run over by a car on Canning Street which seemed to crush the cloaked man's legs at the knees as he spun round under the vehicle.