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Martin writes: My wife and kids dressed Scooby, our Chi-wiener dog (half dachshund, half Chihuahua), in a poncho and a sombrero as part of a Mexican-themed dinner party.
JVs are really into costumes but two sombreros were enough to keep, the helpers decided.
A dapper-looking Leslie Edward Sutter, bedecked in a red pinstriped zoot suit with a sombrero festooned with plastic ponies, wasn’t seeking glory.
If Dobrayakova attempted to combat reductive stereotypes about Russian culture in the past, than what can be said of her use of a jarringly stereotypical depiction of a Mexican man, complete with a sombrero, overalls and a flower between his teeth?
Thames came into the day in the midst of a 3-for-37 slump in which he's struck out a total of 17 times and amassed a golden sombrero – a four-strikeout game – twice, including Wednesday night.
Individually, a Clipper has had a golden sombrero 10 times this year, including a pair of games from Chris Colabello, Richie Shaffer and Nellie Rodriguez.
On May 6, police responded to the area of 18th and Blake streets on a report of a male wearing a sombrero assaulting and threatening people.
The wearing of sombreros at tequila-themed parties triggered — to speak the language of the exquisitely sensitive — the anti-appropriation constabulary at Bowdoin College.
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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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