woman's hat

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Noun1.woman's hat - hats for womenwoman's hat - hats for women; the wares sold by a milliner
church hat - a fanciful hat of the kind worn by Black women for Sunday worship
cloche - a woman's close-fitting hat that resembles a helmet
chapeau, hat, lid - headdress that protects the head from bad weather; has shaped crown and usually a brim
picture hat - a woman's dressy hat with a wide brim
pillbox, toque, turban - a small round woman's hat
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The hats of the men were blue; the little woman's hat was white, and she wore a white gown that hung in pleats from her shoulders.
Bill had a woman's hat full of cock's feathers, and all had wild, slouching cowboy brims.
French milliner Lilly Dache famously said that a woman's hat is close to her heart, though she wears it on her head.
The prosecution called the footage "comic and chilling" as he tried to disguise himself in a woman's hat.
Judge Fahy replied: "What a load of codswallop, that a man would be jealous of a woman's hat.
He also stocks the image with unsettling details: The cupcake, for example, shows a face on its paper wrapping, which may make the dome of cake above that face an exposed brain--a head with the skull sliced off above the eyes--and this idea gets tied to the woman's hat, also brain-like.
When asked if men could wear hats with as much panache as women, he replied: "A woman in a man's hat is really sophisticated and sexy, whereas a man in a woman's hat is a drag.
The items, which include a porthole from the ship, a woman's hat, and some of the copper the steamer carried, help tell the Pewabic's story and explain its importance to Bay County's history.