He wore neither scarf nor hatband, neither cloak nor hood: nothing but a full suit of plain black clothes.
"She's older than Dick's hatband, sir," rejoined the housekeeper promptly.
He took off the Homburg, took his handkerchief from his breast pocket, and wiped the hatband.
His "feather" is the Traveller's Joy, his "hatband" the club-moss.
Not even the most Americanised could always resist the temptation to stick a red rose into his hatband.
"The fellow has got a letter, Sir; he has stuck it in his hatband," said Mr. Crab.
Now and then the pirate would glare suddenly out, the knife in his teeth and the sulphur matches sputtering in his hatband.
Someone outside fired a shot in at Bud, clipping his hatband in front.
The imprint of his hatband showed a red bar across his white forehead.
She afterwards explained it adequately to the man, by asserting that they looked as odd as Dick's hatband.