tin hat

  1. a lightweight protective helmet (plastic or metal) worn by construction workers
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How To Use tin hat In A Sentence

  • Sending off put tin hat on it. The Sun
  • The vulgar Latin hath it, regnum sacerdotale, to which agreeth the translation of that place, sacerdotium regale, a regal priesthood; 93 as also the institution itself, by which no man might enter into the sanctum sanctorum, that is to say, no man might enquire God's will immediately of God Leviathan
  • He said: ‘He is wearing a military uniform complete with greatcoat and tin hat.’
  • Sending off put tin hat on it. The Sun
  • TJ and Gallatin hated the navy and wanted to put it in storage (and TJ even joking that it would be destroyed by their "plunderers"] Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]
  • The town is choked with traffic daily and the situation on the Northern bank holiday weekend really put the tin hat on things.
  • The second privilege is in the octaves or utas; for he only with S. Stephen have their octaves among all other martyrs, like as S. Martin hath among the confessors. The Golden Legend, vol. 4
  • Air raid wardens in tin hats self - importantly stalked the streets.
  • The stage is designer Andy Klunder's evocation of a World War I blue remembered battlefield, peopled by a ghostly lost generation in sad tin hats and mouldy cloth, their women anonymous wraiths in caps and shrouds.
  • WHILE most City executives are pulling on their tin hats, one old timer has decided to return to the fray. Times, Sunday Times
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