top hat

  1. a man's hat with a tall crown; usually covered with silk or with beaver fur
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How To Use top hat In A Sentence

  • At most weddings the bride wears a veil but at this wedding the bride was wearing a beautiful top hat.
  • All these art works depict a scatter- brained character called Bip, who is traditionally dressed in sailor suit and a grey top hat decorated with a red flower.
  • Or at least it is on Saturday 5 March when reporters, newspeople, sports teams and reporters slip into sequins and top hats for a night of show time fun.
  • He snapped his fingers and he was suddenly clad in a sapphire tux with top hat to match her dress.
  • A top hat is a rare sight these days.
  • Grooms would omit the frock coat for a plain single-breasted overcoat, and substitute the top hat or bowler with a flat cap. Ask Evangeline | Edwardian Promenade
  • When I see a headline about “designer mice “, I stop reading and amuse myself picturing mice with top hats and canes perfoming “Puttin’ on the Ritz” in chipmunk-like falsettos. IN ODDER NEWS: Conceptual Crack Not Involving Tom Sizemore’s Rear End | Best Week Ever
  • A top hat is a rare sight these days.
  • As everyone always notices, the back view reflected in the mirror of the barmaid serving a client in a top hat (who must, by visual implication, be you) is too far to the right to be optically possible.
  • A fellow in argyle socks (not only argyle socks carried this fake man in a top hat around several times. Circus Wonder
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