brimmed

adjective
\ˈbrimd \

Definition of brimmed 

: having a brim of a specified nature used in combination a wide-brimmed hat

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The man on a horse, wearing a wide-brimmed hat and commanding the landscape, was a recurring motif in Afrikaner nationalist imagery. Kainaz Amaria, Vox, "National Geographic’s November cover falls back on a racist cliché," 1 Nov. 2018 Dressed in an off-the-shoulder ivory lace frock and a wide brimmed straw hat, model Natalia Calvani bore a lush scarlet mouth that was custom-matched to a pair of the designer's cult red-beaded chandelier earrings. Jenna Rennert, Vogue, "This French Girl Beauty Trick Is About To Be Everywhere," 11 Sep. 2018 Step one is getting a wide-brimmed hat because sensitive areas around nose, ears, and eyes take a pounding—not to mention the head and neck. Peter Reese, Popular Mechanics, "Five Things to Know Before Running a Wild River," 11 Aug. 2017 Wear appropriate clothing and sunscreen: Pick lightweight, loose fitting, light-colored clothing, and wide brimmed hats. Rachel Chason, Washington Post, "Here’s where to go in D.C. if you need shelter from today’s heat," 2 July 2018 And this being a royal wedding, of course, there was a matching fascinator involved: in her case, a wide-brimmed hat with a bit of yellow netting at the front. Jayme Deerwester, USA TODAY, "Royal wedding fashion: Amal Clooney is a ray of sunshine in yellow Stella McCartney," 19 May 2018 The all-navy look was accessorized with the Tiffany drop-brim hat from Lock & Co ($450), a wide-brimmed style with a simple ribbon detail, her Celeste suede clutch from Jimmy Choo ($597) and a diamond floral brooch. Monique Jessen, PEOPLE.com, "Pregnancy Flashback! Kate Middleton Wears Same Navy Coat She Wore While Pregnant with Charlotte," 12 Mar. 2018 In the first one, Hill wears a trendy bomber jacket and Palace flat-brimmed hat. Emilia Petrarca, The Cut, "What If Jonah Hill Was One of Us?," 2 July 2018 Behind the curtain of Swarovski crystals dangling from her dramatic wide-brimmed chapeau, her mouth is saturated in a nefarious green onyx shade with a matching cut-crease gaze. Lauren Valenti, Vogue, "Cardi B Goes Platinum Blonde—then Pink—In her New Kill Bill-Inspired Music Video," 21 May 2018

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First Known Use of brimmed

1606, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of brimmed was in 1606

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