brimmed

adjective
\ ˈbrimd How to pronounce brimmed (audio) \

Definition of brimmed

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

Examples of brimmed in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The hat in my hands is unremarkable: a floppy, full-brimmed sailor’s cap with corroded buttons and wavy lines of salt and sweat. Kaelyn Lynch, Outside Online, 4 Mar. 2019 On top of being extremely durable, the jacket was designed for nasty alpine conditions thanks to its brimmed hood, tall collar, and thigh-length cut. Joe Jackson, Outside Online, 16 Mar. 2015 The officer looked up and saw a Black man wearing a full-brimmed hat driving a silver Cadillac sedan heading west on Washington Street, according to a probable cause statement the FBI submitted to the court on Tuesday night. Perry Vandell, The Arizona Republic, 17 Sep. 2020 After tearful goodbyes to her host family, the volunteer who always wore a wide-brimmed straw hat, boarded a Guagua, (pronounced wawa) a minivan of sorts, her mode of transportation during her stay in the rural area. Vincent T. Davis, ExpressNews.com, 18 May 2020 In one video, a man in a dark jacket and wide-brimmed hat guards a bridge with a pistol. Charlie Campbell, Time, 6 Feb. 2020 Showing off his vineyard in the June afternoon sun, Fait wore a wide-brimmed leather hat to shield his face from the harsh light. Yadid Levy, Smithsonian Magazine, 16 Apr. 2020 Up next, Kristen Wiig, out in nature wearing a wide-brimmed hat, looks dour, as if her ramble had been interrupted. Jon Caramanica, New York Times, 20 Mar. 2020 Wystrach danced around the stage in a wide-brimmed hat and gold chains. Joey Guerra, Houston Chronicle, 4 Mar. 2020 See More

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First Known Use of brimmed

1606, in the meaning defined above

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“Brimmed.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/brimmed. Accessed 17 Aug. 2022.

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