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cowboy hat

a broad-brimmed hat with a high crown, usually of soft felt, as worn by cowboys and ranchers.
Origin of cowboy hat
1890-95 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for cowboy hat
  • He wears a cowboy hat and talks with an accent that outsiders find nearly impenetrable.
  • Horner sits by the window wearing his signature cowboy hat, with a long red gummy worm hanging from his mouth.
  • Yellow cowboy hat: she's suspicious about your intentions because she feels self-conscious in such a low-cut shirt.
  • Time was, you couldn't be a country singer if you didn't have a cowboy hat.
  • There were white suits, white jeans that would usually get you made fun of and even a fierce looking furry white cowboy hat.
  • He's lean and tough and he wears a cowboy hat, and there are cattle horns on the roof of his truck.
  • He is wearing a leather fringed vest and a cowboy hat.
  • He's known for not infrequently wearing a cowboy hat and boots.
  • Pony-style riders receive a free souvenir cowboy hat.
  • Jake wore a cream-colored cowboy hat, jeans and a button down shirt.

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