Synonyms for high hats

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No gentleman should go out of town without half a dozen high hats, in separate packages.

He wore a black Prince Albert, and on his head three high hats jammed down one on top of the other.

The next day another bunch of fat boys in high hats and morning coats arrives.

Men in flawless top-coats, high hats, and silver-headed walking sticks elbowed near and looked too often into conscious eyes.

They gleamed on arriving motors; on high hats and snowy shirt-fronts, on opera cloaks and jeweled hair.

In the two years that he held this office he wore out ten frock coats, an equal number of high hats, and half a dozen canes.

The chimney sweeps had high hats and smoked good tobacco which they may have thought came from London.

The water below the veranda was alive with struggling fishes in high hats and frock-coats.

And so Hans polished the high hats, fed the rabbits, read the prescribed pieces in Volume One and learned a little day by day.

Chicago has come to the front as bravely as it did in the crusade against the high hats in theatres.