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Usage examples for hats

  1. People stood fast to gaze at us; in the country some pulled off their hats and set up a cheer. – The Adventures of Harry Richmond, Complete by George Meredith Last Updated: March 7, 2009
  2. The women wear evening clothes too, and no hats – Home Life in Germany by Mrs. Alfred Sidgwick
  3. Instinctively the hands of the men went to their heads and at the first words of " Now I lay me down to sleep," four hats came off. – A Little Book for Christmas by Cyrus Townsend Brady
  4. So much for the hats – The Long Chance by Peter B. Kyne
  5. There was a shout of " Hats off!" – The Prussian Terror by Alexandre Dumas
  6. They raised their hats as they met him on the door step, and one of them said politely: " Mr. Luke de Mountford?" – The Heart of a Woman by Emmuska Orczy, Baroness Orczy
  7. Their hats were off. – The Sweep Winner by Nat Gould
  8. Don't those fellows take their hats off to you?" – The Story of Louie by Oliver Onions
  9. I saw their hats on their heads. – The English Gipsies and Their Language by Charles G. Leland
  10. Their hats are red, and as small- as small! – The Shape of Fear by Elia W. Peattie
  11. An ockstritch what lays big eggs, and has tail feathers for ladies' hats – Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue Playing Circus by Laura Lee Hope
  12. As far as he was concerned it made no difference whether women were silent or not, whether they wore hats to church or came in with bare heads. – Tess of the Storm Country by Grace Miller White
  13. In time they could not even fly after their hats – Peter and Wendy by James Matthew Barrie
  14. You little girls may get your hats and take them down to Mr. Harding's office. – Chicken Little Jane by Lily Munsell Ritchie
  15. The post- boys grinned, touched their hats and Mauleverer slowly continued,- If, therefore,- mark me! – Paul Clifford, Complete by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  16. Leaning out, he saw three hats below. – A Book of Ghosts by Sabine Baring-Gould
  17. On each side and behind the car, walk the companions of the Chore, all in simple black mourning, and with hats – The Student-Life of Germany by William Howitt
  18. " You and I, sir," said the great man, cutting him short, " should lift our hats at the mention of that great name." – Adventures in Criticism by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  19. Put on your hats and come. – The Red Room by August Strindberg
  20. They touched their hats to Dan and his sister, and with a melancholy shake of their old heads sighed in sympathy with Kitty as she cried, O Dan, I wish we could all go by train, all the way to Wenbridge. – Kitty Trenire by Mabel Quiller-Couch
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