\ˈbrimd \

Definition of brimmed 

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

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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,, "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 In the sweltering North Carolina summer heat, Toribio Alberto dons a wide-brimmed hat and pushes an ice cream cart around apartment complexes off Nations Ford Road. Julianna Rennie, charlotteobserver, "'I don't know what I'm going to do': Elderly Charlotte ice cream man robbed at gunpoint," 6 July 2018 Often performing with a large American Indian headdress or a wide, flat-brimmed Stetson, Mr. Clearwater commanded the crowd’s attention. Terence Mcardle, Washington Post, "Eddy Clearwater, boisterous bluesman, dies at 83," 5 June 2018 Sheriff Woody, standing nearly 20 feet tall, welcomes all to Toy Story Land by jauntily leaning on a tall assemblage of colorful wooden blocks, tipping his wide-brimmed hat to guests while holding onto his trusty lasso. Shelley Caran, ajc, "Everything you need to know about Toy Story Land at Disney's Hollywood Studios," 29 June 2018 Beatrice kept things relatively low-key with a smaller pink hat, but Eugenie went all-in in a white, wide-brimmed hat with a leaf pattern. Ruby Buddemeyer, Marie Claire, "Princess Eugenie and Beatrice Brought Their Hat A-Game to Trooping the Colour," 9 June 2018

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1606, in the meaning defined above

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