Definition of Stetsons

1. Noun. (plural of stetson) ¹



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Definition of Stetsons

1. stetson [n] - See also: stetson

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stetsons

steth-
stetho-
stethograph
stethographs
stethometer
stethometers
stethoscope
stethoscopes
stethoscopic
stethoscopist
stethoscopists
stethoscopy
stets
stetson
stetsons (current term)
stetted
stetting
steups
stevastelin
steved
stevedore
stevedored
stevedores
stevedoring
steven
stevened
stevensite
stevia
stevias

Literary usage of Stetsons

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1. A Mountain Europa: A Cumberland Vendetta; The Last Stetson by John Fox (1909)
"Above one of the spurs each family had its home; the stetsons, under the seared face of ... The first light touched the house of the stetsons; the last, ..."

2. History of Shipbuilding on North River, Plymouth County, Massachusetts: With by Lloyd Vernon Briggs (1889)
"stetsons, which may be Ilic fact ; but as it is in doubt at which placo they built, all the history of them, and of their ship-building, which the moat ..."

3. Centennial History of the Town of Sumner, Me., 1798-1898 by Sumner (Me.), Charles Edward Handy (1899)
"The stetsons were among the curliest ... and with him originated all the stetsons who reside in Sumner to-day. Hezekiah Stetson had eight children, ..."

4. One of Ours by Willa Cather (1922)
"... of Kansas Infantry, and began to grumble because their own service caps hadn't yet been given to them; they would have to sail in their old stetsons. ..."

5. One of Ours by Willa Cather (1922)
"... of Kansas Infantry, and began to grumble because their own service caps hadn't yet been given to them; they would have to sail in their old stetsons. ..."

6. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept (1910)
"Whereupon Agnes, scorning to make any remarks on his defection, betook herself to Del Monte to stay with the stetsons. She had been gone -two months now. ..."

7. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1918)
"And how the broad-brimmed stetsons did wave! I would n't have missed it for a million dollars. We met all sorts in that swift scamper past the formation: ..."

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