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- adjective Not wearing a
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It is her personal mission in life to hat the unhatted babies of the world.
Jewish girls from one of the uptown department stores were gay with shrilly voiced plans; the driver, riding lazily home on a pile of empty bags, had no quarrel with the world; the smooth - haired, unhatted Italian women from the Ghetto, with shawls wrapped over their full breasts, and serene black-eyed babies toddling beside them, were placidly content with the run of their days.
The Heart of Rachael Kathleen Thompson Norris 1923
Although we were unshod, unhatted and unshorn, we felt that we had climbed the social ladder at least one rung when we cast aside our red calico dungarees in favor of the more usual attire supplied us by the man who called himself Morse.
Miss Lydia Chipley, vice-president of the Busy Bee Sewing and Civic Club, cool, starchy and unhatted, clicked past on slim, trim heels, all radiated by the reflection from a pink parasol, gay embroidery bag dangling.
The Sturdy Oak A composite Novel of American Politics by fourteen American authors Mary Heaton Vorse 1920
He felt impatient to see her unhatted and unveiled.
There was a King in Egypt Norma Lorimer 1906
The police knocked off with their sticks all the round hats they saw, to the great annoyance of people whose ignorance of the regulation exposed them to being thus unhatted.
The little flutter of air changed to whiplashes and puffs of wind that curled the black hair forward over her unhatted face in a frame.
One can guess that the explorer and his sons and his nephew, Sieur de la Jemmeraie, who was to be second in command, all unhatted as they heard the long last farewell of the bells.
My hat clapped on a deal faster than it had come off, for you must know we unhatted in those days with a grand, slow bow.
Norah, a fox-terrier on either side, was coming down the path; behind her, unhatted, showed Gregory's sanguine face between his wings of grizzled hair.
The Country House John Galsworthy 1900