Recent Examples of sombrero from the Web
The newest sausage mascot is expected to be adorned with a mustache and a sombrero and will sport the traditional colors of green, white and red.
The players were dressed in their impressive uniforms, sombreros leaned on the floor against their music stands.
Lionel Shriver is wearing a sombrero while discussing right to be a bigot.
The first-year starter put on a sombrero and joined Auburn students in the stands after the 44-23 win.
The sombrero is a reference to Shriver’s comments at the Brisbane Writers Festival in 2016.
The French Quarter had its Lucky Dogs, but those looking for a late-night snack in Fat City had a menu of another sort, thanks to a sombrero-wearing guy named Cisco who sold tamales from a cart during Fat City's heyday.
Chapman then fell behind Bruce 2-0 before getting the 30-year-old slugger to swing at three straight 100 and 101 fastballs on the outer half of the plate for his fourth strikeout of the night, the ol’ golden sombrero.
Jarrett Stidham joins his fellow Auburn students and dances in the stands while donning a sombrero as the team celebrates its victory over the Landsharks.
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Origin and Etymology of sombrero
First Known Use: 1599See Words from the same year
SOMBRERO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sombrero for English Language Learners
: a type of hat with a very wide brim that is often worn in Mexico and the southwestern U.S.
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