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A long black braid of hair swung with the motion of the coach; the child held her hat in one hand and with the other made ineffectual attempts to stab the driver with her microscopic sunshade.
And letting fall his cloak and raising his hat, he advanced toward Milady.
His hat tumbled to the carpet, his heavy umbrella slipped between his knees with a thud; he reached after the one and ducked after the other, but with an unimpaired smile on his round face spoke simultaneously as follows:
In a glossy new hat and a pair of trousers with a fold down the front (carefully preserved by keeping them under the bed--I don't mean on the floor, you know, but between the bed and the mattress), I felt I was somebody and that there were other washerwomen: ay, and even other girls to love, and who would perhaps appreciate a clever, good-looking young fellow.
He placed the hat upon the glass floor, made a pass with his hand, and then removed the hat, displaying a little white piglet no bigger than a mouse, which began to run around here and there and to grunt and squeal in a tiny, shrill voice.
Hilda shook her large hat as she drew the roses out of the tall glass.
His hat was the cover, his queue the handle, and his pipe the nose.
Slim and lean, of medium height, with dark circles round his eyes, Joseph Godard took little care of his person; his clothes were ill-cut, his trousers bagged, he wore white stockings at all seasons of the year, a hat with a narrow brim and laced shoes.
Rachel says you went to church last Sunday with your hat rigged out ridiculous with roses and buttercups.
I am shocked, uncle, to interrupt you again--but these horrid hats of Arnold's are beginning to weigh upon my mind.
And they carry him off to load him with fairings; and he returns to Benjy, his hat and coat covered with ribbons, and his pockets crammed with wonderful boxes which open upon ever new boxes, and popguns, and trumpets, and apples, and gilt gingerbread from the stall of Angel Heavens, sole vender thereof, whose booth groans with kings and queens, and elephants and prancing steeds, all gleaming with gold.
The mighty cocked hat was replaced by a modest round one.
She drew on her gloves, and Robert picked up his hat.
And then, just at that moment, the old man's hat came floating by; and I got into it because I did not want to be drowned.
So he went with him, and, not long afterwards, they met a man who wore a little hat, but he had it slouched over one ear.