Definition of brimmed
: having a brim of a specified nature —used in combination a wide-brimmed hat
Recent Examples of brimmed from the Web
In an image uploaded to her Instagram account in May, the model sits atop an inflatable pink flamingo wearing a swimsuit in a matching rosy hue, retro sunnies and a wide-brimmed straw hat.
Sip that margarita while wearing a wide-brimmed hat.
Wear a wide-brimmed hat or keep a lightweight, woven scarf in your bag.
From a classic black wide-brimmed style to a graphic Panama hat, scroll ahead to see some of our favorites, all under $100.
BJÖRK Björk brought her laptop, a startling white bodysuit culminating in a mask and a broad-brimmed hat, and a stage full of greenery to her four-hour D.J. set on Sónar’s opening night.
Dad can also get protection from the sun by wearing a broad-brimmed hat like the ones made by Wallaroo Hat Company.
There were crinoline explosions and Panama teardrops, tiny little fascinators and huge brimmed sunbonnets.
Multiple studies show a wide-brimmed hat is more effective than a baseball cap (although a baseball cap is better than nothing, especially for men with thinning hair).
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