We were kidding Lew because he was still wearing his tin hat and caulked boots from work.
You've mentioned no names, but I'll bet my tin hat my Aunt Tish was one of them!'
It takes a long time to wear a tin hat without hurtin yourself.
I had one that was fine not only to wear under the tin hat but to sleep in.
I felt the stunning patter of the fragments on my tin hat, cringed under it, and wondered vaguely why it didn't do me in.
I just ducked in time as it burst on the parapet behind where I was standing—a splinter caught my tin hat, but bounded off.
He carried a heavy “war baby” on his back and a tin hat on his head.
As clever as that other one with the fireman's tin hat, as game as Jimmy Wilde, and as kind as Heaven.
A piece of shrapnel hit a Cockney, a lad from Paddington, on his tin hat.
The sweat dripped down my face as I removed my tin hat; my hair was wet and tangled.
Unselective and unmusical hearing; auditory tastelessness: He sometimes has a tin ear for dialogue/ I have a tin ear (1909+)