This he did cheerfully, doffing his sunbonnet with courtly grace when he met ladies of his acquaintance.
She took the cape of her sunbonnet and with it wiped away the unaccustomed tears.
Her mother had made a sunbonnet of the same material as the dress, and Anna put this on with satisfaction.
He pushed the sunbonnet back and patted her roguishly on the head.
She took off her sunbonnet, and folded her arms as tightly as possible across her broad bosom.
Mother made me wear the sunbonnet because my hair is still wet.
This time Bridget understood, and clapping her sunbonnet (upside down) onto her disrumpled head, she wabbled toward the house.
The string of Peggy's sunbonnet had become untied—so had her right shoe.
The sunbonnet disappeared, and there ensued a momentary commotion on the other side of the dike.
"This is to be our home while we stay in Venice," said the sunbonnet Babies' father.