n. A stiff hat, with a flat crown and a brim, made from woven straw.
Straw Hat is a 1971 Czechoslovak comedy film written by Miloš Macourek and Oldřich Lipský, and was directed by Lipský as well. The film starred Josef Kemr.
Usage examples of "straw hat".
If Buffalo Bill had ever worn tropical whites and a straw hat, he'd have been a dead ringer for Buffalo Bill.
Her long red hair was tied back in a plait, and a broad straw hat hung from its strings down her back.
He tilted his straw hat on the back of his head and began to talk with animation about the house, about himself.
Thierry came up one, breathing in a high, frightened whimper, his straw hat crammed over his eyebrows.
He threw his battered straw hat into the back of the wagon, clucked to the horse and they moved off.
A wide straw hat shaded Siuan's face as she let Logain lead the way through Lugard's Shilene Gate under the late-afternoon sun.
A wide straw hat shaded Siuan's face as she let Logain 'lead the way through Lugard's Shilene Gate under the late-afternoon sun.
The clothes he was given consisted of a worn, loose grey tunic and trousers, an old pair of sandals with wafer-thin soles and a straw hat.