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Definition of Behatted
1. wearing a hat [adj]
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Literary usage of Behatted
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Tour of Doctor Syntax in Search of the Picturesque by William Combe (1838)
"... and thus behatted, Down on the grass the Doctor squatted ; When he uplifted either eye, With grateful accents to the sky. " 'Tis thus," he humbly said, ..."
2. The Mastery of Nervousness: Based Upon Self Reeducation by Robert Sproul Carroll (1917)
"... and orders of life, men and women strain to produce effects, most of which possess no more true merit than the puerile dignity of the behatted Borneo. ..."
3. La Grande Mademoiselle, 1627-1652 by Arvède Barine (1902)
"As no one ever approached the Queen with head covered, the spectacle of the behatted minister astonished the public. (September, 1644. ..."
4. The Three Tours of Doctor Syntax: Poems : in Search of 1. the Picturesque, 2 by William Combe (1871)
"... and thus behatted, Down on the grass the Doctor squatted ; When he uplifted either eye, With grateful accents to the sky. ..."
5. The Girl at the Halfway House: A Story of the Plains by Emerson Hough (1900)
"... and behatted, yet it might have been observed that the tenantry of the Stone Hotel became gradually less sunburned and more immaculate. ..."