hatted : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v put on or wear a hat
He was unsuitably hatted
- v furnish with a hat
- a wearing a hat or a hat of a particular kind
two old ladies, neatly hatted and gloved
a bearskin-hatted sentry
- At first, local reaction was about the same as one would expect if some bowler-hatted Brit showed up at a Rio favela and proposed that he help residents spruce the place up.
- A phalanx of bowler-hatted dancers reprising John Cleese's repertoire of silly walks? Or perhaps a clutch of royal family look-a-likes to introduce their home city to the watching .
- Rabbi Ovadia Yosef's Saturday night sermons to a few dozen black-hatted yeshiva seminarians in an obscure Jerusalem synagogue have become a spectator sport, although it's more like .
News & Articles
- Silver City turns green at the annual garden tour
SILVER CITY — The Evergreen Garden Club s annual garden tour brought straw-hatted visitors everywhere from ministers native plant garden in the country to hidden gems right in downtown Silver City this year.
June 10, 2013 - Silver City Sun-News
- Steve Wozniak in Forbes
In an interview with the Globe and Mail, Wozniak recalled Apple's (nasdaq: AAPL - news - people ) long tradition of "saying the enemy is the big black-hatted guys."
- Condoleezza Rice in CNN International
The president feels very strongly and very passionately about the need to get an agreement, about the need to get a robust security force, a blue-hatted force in to be able to protect the innocent people of Darfur,Rice told reporters,...
- Mark Serwotka in BBC News
PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka said: "The people being balloted on industrial action aren't your bowler-hatted Sir Humphreys. These are people who are low paid, delivering key frontline services."