Use the word hat in a sentence. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use hat in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for hat.

- He put on his
**hat**. (8) - Robert was talking through his hat! (8)
- Courtier raised his
**hat**. (8) - Stanley took up his
**hat**. (8) - Richard looked for his
**hat**. (10) - There were his coat and
**hat**. (8) - My
**hat**is enough to hide me. (10) - He took his
**hat**and went over. (8) - A passing man took off his
**hat**. (8) - Putting his
**hat**on hastily, Mr. (8) - Courtier smilingly raised his
**hat**. (8) - Tom Breeks cast his
**hat**to earth. (10) - Not finding it, he put on his
**hat**. (10) - Their eyes met, and he raised his
**hat**. (8) - He stood at the window with his
**hat**on. (9) - My grandfather struck his
**hat**and bobbed. (10) - With equal speed he returned for his
**hat**. (12) - Both had a literary bent; neither wore a
**hat**. (8) - Fleur left him standing there with his
**hat**raised. (8) - He put on his high
**hat**and came out to see them off. (9) - Hanging up the gray top
**hat**, he went in search of her. (8) - Hilary, who raised his
**hat**and frowned, sat down on it. (8) - Captain Evremonde lifted his
**hat**, declining an intimacy. (10) - He raised his
**hat**to Mrs. Carthew and to Lord Levellier. (10) - He paid no attention when the young fellow raised his
**hat**. (8) - He lost his
**hat**; his coat was half torn from his shoulders. (13) - Then, removing his top
**hat**, he brushed it round with a cuff. (8) - Without looking at him she takes up her
**hat**, and puts it on. (8) - The loop of her black hair curved under a
**hat**of gray beaver. (10) - Raising his
**hat**, he turned into the High Street towards home…. (8) - And crushing his old opera
**hat**against his chest he sought the lift. (8) - The vinous reverses the non-vinous passionate expression of the
**hat**. (10) - The old man touched his
**hat**again, and slowly filled an old clay pipe. (8) - A young man with a beard, whose face was familiar, was raising his
**hat**. (8) - A loose-hanging veil depended from her mushroom-shaped and coloured
**hat**. (8) - He gave her hand a squeeze, took his
**hat**off; and Noel walked slowly on. (8) - He, too, held a glass of the waters in one hand, and his
**hat**in the other. (8) - She put away her
**hat**and shawl, and stood before the glass, smoothing her hair. (9) - A top
**hat**and modern collar did not improve the likeness, but it was there still. (8) - Impatiently she glanced at this intruder, who raised his
**hat**a little and smiled. (8) - She looked in the window of a
**hat**shop, and found pleasure in the sight of herself. (8) - The incident was a relief to his feelings; he rattled his opera
**hat**behind the animal. (8) - He had pushed his
**hat**far back on his head and crossed his legs and gritted his teeth. (12) - Taking off his
**hat**, the man approached me, and very respectfully informed me that he was. (6) - This provoking reply caused her father to jump up from his chair and spin round for his
**hat**. (10) - At a wilder burst of applause Trannel took off his
**hat**and bowed to the crowd, right and left. (9) - He felt stifled in his tall silk
**hat**, long frock coat, patent-leather shoes, and black gloves. (13) - Suppose the little thing brought back that Mrs. Freeland, the lady who always went about in blue, without a hat! (8)
- He took his
**hat**, and set it on the back of his head before he left her without other salutation. (9) - An old lady was standing on the gardenpath which led to the front gate, holding in her hand a
**hat**. (8) - He had pushed his derby
**hat**so far to the back of his head that one saw the whole parting of his hair. (12) - Stoller took his toothpick out of his mouth and bowed; then he seemed to remember, and took off his
**hat**. (9) - His
**hat**was crammed down now, and his face very determined, but his lips still had something of that smile. (8) - He raised his
**hat**and nodded to the ladies; then, leaving his remark unfinished, disappeared within the vestry. (8) - He saw Bill Dennant, posting after them, and, seized by a sense of the ridiculous, lifted his
**hat**, and galloped off. (8) - Whitwell tilted his backward sloping
**hat**to one side, so as to scratch the northeast corner of his bead thoughtfully. (9) - Somewhat earlier than the usual hour for closing, he appeared there with his
**hat**on and his overcoat buttoned about him. (9) - Ferrand was standing underneath the cage of a canary, his hands folded on his pinched-up
**hat**, a nervous smile upon his lips. (8) - The tall young man, divested of
**hat**and coat, is standing by her table, holding out his hand with a sort of bashful hardiness. (8) - Irene looked at him as though about to refuse, but, seeming to change her mind, went upstairs, and came down again with her
**hat**on. (8) - While he speaks, a substantial woman, a little over middle-age, in old dark clothes and a black straw
**hat**, enters from the corridor. (8) - A resplendent beadle in a cocked
**hat**, and with along staff of authority posed before his own ecclesiastical consciousness in blue and silver. (9) - She seemed to be hesitating before the gentlemen, and when Wilfrid raised his
**hat**, she was put to some confusion, and bowed rather awkwardly, and retired. (10)

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