Word "HAT" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
headdress that protects the head from bad weather; has shaped crown and usually a brim
Synonyms:
chapeau, lid

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
an informal term for a person's role
Examples:
he took off his politician's hat and talked frankly

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
furnish with a hat

Crossword Clues for HAT

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Clue Source Date
Bowler, e.g Thomas Joseph 24 Sep 2022
Where a rabbit may be hidden Universal 23 Sep 2022
Monopoly token choice Wall Street Journal 17 Sep 2022
Something you should hold onto, in an expression New York Times 07 Sep 2022
Head cover Family Time 05 Sep 2022
Boater or bowler Thomas Joseph 30 Aug 2022
Fez or fedora LA Times Daily 29 Aug 2022
Panama ___ Universal 28 Aug 2022
One might be tipped Wall Street Journal 11 Aug 2022
Fedora, e.g Universal 09 Aug 2022
Boater or bowler New York Times 08 Aug 2022
Hi-___ New York Times 02 Jul 2022
Cap The Telegraph Quick 02 Jul 2022
Head cover Premier Sunday 26 Jun 2022
Panama, e.g Universal 22 Jun 2022
Derby or boater Thomas Joseph 22 Jun 2022
Chef's toque, e.g The Washington Post 12 Jun 2022
Chef's toque, e.g LA Times Daily 12 Jun 2022
Fedora, e.g Premier Sunday 12 Jun 2022
One might be tipped Wall Street Journal 07 Jun 2022
Beret, e.g LA Times Daily 30 May 2022
Thing blown off in the wind, sometimes Family Time 30 May 2022
Sun blocker Universal 26 May 2022
A sombrero is one Family Time 22 May 2022
Role, metaphorically The Washington Post 21 May 2022
Role, metaphorically LA Times Daily 21 May 2022
Bowler or boater Thomas Joseph 02 May 2022
It can keep your hair from getting wet Family Time 17 Apr 2022
Piece of headwear USA Today 14 Apr 2022
Boater, e.g Eugene Sheffer 11 Apr 2022
Arby’s logo feature Wall Street Journal 07 Apr 2022
Head warmer Family Time 27 Mar 2022
Fedora or fez Universal 22 Mar 2022
Chapeau Canadiana 21 Mar 2022
What, in multiple senses, might get tipped New York Times 20 Mar 2022
Top __: Monopoly piece LA Times Daily 15 Mar 2022
Top __: Monopoly piece The Washington Post 15 Mar 2022
Chapeau Canadiana 14 Mar 2022
Seuss cat's trademark The Washington Post 11 Mar 2022
Seuss cat's trademark LA Times Daily 11 Mar 2022
Panama ___ The Washington Post Sunday 13 Feb 2022
Sombrero or 43-Down USA Today 03 Feb 2022
Cap or beret Newsday 01 Feb 2022
Beanie or beret Universal 30 Jan 2022
Bowler, for one Thomas Joseph 26 Jan 2022
Derby, e.g Thomas Joseph 20 Jan 2022
Fedora or toque USA Today 19 Jan 2022
Head-covering Irish Times Simplex 19 Jan 2022
Bowler, for one Thomas Joseph 11 Jan 2022
Chapeau Eugene Sheffer 06 Jan 2022
Sombrero, for example USA Today 06 Jan 2022
Stetson, e.g Eugene Sheffer 30 Dec 2021
Lid The Telegraph Quick 25 Dec 2021
Bowler, e.g Eugene Sheffer 20 Dec 2021
Item of headgear The Times Concise 14 Dec 2021
Chapeau Canadiana 13 Dec 2021
Headgear The Telegraph Quick 10 Dec 2021
Porkpie or pillbox Wall Street Journal 01 Dec 2021
Bowler, for one Thomas Joseph 29 Nov 2021
Blocker of your dad's bald spot Family Time 29 Nov 2021
It goes over your head Universal 22 Nov 2021
Boater or beret, e.g Universal 19 Nov 2021
Fez, e.g Eugene Sheffer 09 Nov 2021
Topper Wall Street Journal 06 Nov 2021
Headwear that's uncovered The Times Cryptic 01 Nov 2021
Chapeau Eugene Sheffer 14 Oct 2021
Hard thing to wear successfully in the wind Family Time 26 Sep 2021
Bowler, for one Thomas Joseph 21 Sep 2021
Chapeau Wall Street Journal 20 Sep 2021
Something to check Newsday 10 Sep 2021
Stetson, e.g Eugene Sheffer 08 Sep 2021
Chef's toque, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 05 Sep 2021
Fedora, for instance Universal 05 Sep 2021
It may have a wide brim Universal 27 Aug 2021
Topper Thomas Joseph 21 Aug 2021
Derby, e.g New York Times 08 Aug 2021
Milliner's creation New York Times 03 Aug 2021
Beret, e.g Universal 29 Jul 2021
Bowler or beanie, e.g USA Today 26 Jul 2021
It can be tipped ... or collect tips New York Times 21 Jul 2021
One of Abraham Lincoln's is in the Smithsonian New York Times 18 Jul 2021
Pillbox, e.g Thomas Joseph 14 Jul 2021
Bowler or boater Thomas Joseph 13 Jul 2021
Milliner’s sale Wall Street Journal 06 Jul 2021
Monopoly token New York Times 03 Jul 2021
Coverup for a bad haircut Universal 24 Jun 2021
Top gear New York Times 24 Jun 2021
A rabbit may be pulled out of one USA Today 10 Jun 2021
Pillbox, for one Thomas Joseph 05 Jun 2021
Fedora or fez Universal 26 May 2021
Fez, e.g Universal 28 Apr 2021
Bowler, e.g Eugene Sheffer 28 Apr 2021
Chapeau Premier Sunday 25 Apr 2021
Arby’s logo feature Wall Street Journal 22 Apr 2021
'Black' or 'top' follower The Washington Post Sunday 04 Apr 2021
"The Cat in the ___" Family Time 29 Mar 2021
Topper Canadiana 08 Mar 2021
Monopoly token New York Times 05 Mar 2021
Panama, e.g Wall Street Journal 18 Feb 2021
Bowler, for one LA Times Daily 18 Feb 2021
Bowler, for one The Washington Post 18 Feb 2021
'Woman With Flowered ___' (Roy Lichtenstein painting) The Washington Post Sunday 14 Feb 2021
Sombrero or fedora Universal 14 Feb 2021
Fez or fedora Newsday 17 Jan 2021
"Hi" thing in a drum kit Family Time 11 Jan 2021
Winter accessory USA Today 25 Dec 2020
Santa ___ (Christmas accessory) The Washington Post Sunday 20 Dec 2020
Role, metaphorically Universal 11 Dec 2020
Beanie or beret Newsday 30 Nov 2020
Panama, e.g New York Times 24 Nov 2020
__ trick: hockey player's three goals in a game LA Times Daily 16 Nov 2020
__ trick: hockey player's three goals in a game The Washington Post 16 Nov 2020
It might go over your head Jonesin 10 Nov 2020
One may be tipped out of respect New York Times 22 Sep 2020
Fez or fedora The Washington Post 15 Sep 2020
Chapeau Family Time 14 Sep 2020
Cap The Telegraph Quick 12 Sep 2020
Head covering The Times Concise 11 Sep 2020
Court jester wear with bells Newsday 09 Sep 2020
Stetson __ The Washington Post 27 Jul 2020
Stetson __ LA Times Daily 27 Jul 2020
Token in Monopoly Family Time 20 Jul 2020
It may be passed at a fund-raiser New York Times 18 Jul 2020
Beret or bowler USA Today 17 Jul 2020
Sombrero, e.g USA Today 12 Jul 2020
Uniform part, maybe The Washington Post 10 Jul 2020
Uniform part, maybe LA Times Daily 10 Jul 2020
Boater or bowler The Washington Post 08 Jul 2020
Scalp covering Family Time 06 Jul 2020
Beret or derby Newsday 16 Jun 2020
Word after "panama" or "party" Universal 31 May 2020
Opera ___ (accessory) The Washington Post Sunday 31 May 2020
Word after 'high' or 'top' USA Today 23 May 2020
Magician's source of surprises The Washington Post 17 May 2020
Magician's source of surprises LA Times Daily 17 May 2020
See 14 Down The Washington Post Sunday 10 May 2020
Makeshift donation receptacle New York Times 29 Apr 2020
Headgear The Sun Two Speed 25 Apr 2020
Bowler perhaps in with a tweak The Sun Two Speed 25 Apr 2020
Beret or boater Universal 22 Apr 2020
Monopoly token LA Times Daily 29 Mar 2020
Monopoly token The Washington Post 29 Mar 2020
Top of a Santa costume Universal 20 Mar 2020
Lid, so to speak New York Times 18 Mar 2020
Bowler or boater Thomas Joseph 16 Mar 2020
Popular knitted gift Universal 04 Mar 2020
Monopoly token Wall Street Journal 01 Feb 2020
Chapeau Eugene Sheffer 26 Dec 2019
Bowler, e.g Thomas Joseph 19 Dec 2019
Pillbox, e.g Thomas Joseph 13 Dec 2019
One on a rack Newsday 13 Dec 2019
Kid's party wear Newsday 12 Dec 2019
Item of headgear The Times Concise 09 Dec 2019
Accessory on a rack The Washington Post Sunday 08 Dec 2019
Party accessory LA Times Daily 05 Dec 2019
Party accessory The Washington Post 05 Dec 2019
Fez or kepi Universal 27 Nov 2019
Bowler, e.g Wall Street Journal 22 Oct 2019
Receptacle for donations
Receptacle for donations New York Times 13 Oct 2019
Derby or boater Thomas Joseph 08 Oct 2019
Beret, for one Universal 05 Oct 2019
It may be measured in gallons New York Times 28 Sep 2019
Magician's traditional prop Newsday 18 Sep 2019
Fez or kepi USA Today 08 Sep 2019
Ring-toss item? New York Times 07 Sep 2019
Headwear The Telegraph Quick 03 Sep 2019
Overhead expense? LA Times Daily 31 Aug 2019
Overhead expense? The Washington Post 31 Aug 2019
Bowler, for one Universal 25 Aug 2019
Seuss title top The Washington Post 23 Aug 2019
Seuss title top LA Times Daily 23 Aug 2019
Bowler say in with Atherton The Sun Two Speed 21 Aug 2019
Milliner's offering Family Time 12 Aug 2019
Bowler or derby The Washington Post 06 Aug 2019
Bowler or derby LA Times Daily 06 Aug 2019
Head coverer Family Time 04 Aug 2019
Panama or porkpie Wall Street Journal 29 Jul 2019
Derby, e.g Thomas Joseph 19 Jul 2019
Traditional magician prop Newsday 14 Jul 2019
It's passed by a panhandler USA Today 11 Jul 2019
Stetson, e.g Eugene Sheffer 14 Jun 2019
Outline in the Arby's logo New York Times 07 Jun 2019
Tipped top LA Times Daily 24 Apr 2019
Tipped top The Washington Post 24 Apr 2019
Fez or fedora LA Times Daily 19 Apr 2019
Bowler, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 14 Apr 2019
Fez, e.g Eugene Sheffer 04 Apr 2019
It's over your head New York Times 27 Mar 2019
Headwear Canadiana 25 Mar 2019
Cap or derby Newsday 25 Mar 2019
Part of a uniform, maybe The Washington Post Sunday 10 Mar 2019
New Year's Eve party handout Newsday 10 Mar 2019
Monopoly token choice Wall Street Journal 14 Feb 2019
Fedora, for one New York Times 13 Feb 2019
Derby, e.g New York Times 08 Feb 2019
Bowler perhaps in with Atherton The Sun Two Speed 26 Jan 2019
Boater or bowler Thomas Joseph 16 Jan 2019
Makeshift receptacle for ballots New York Times 16 Jan 2019
Bean cover Wall Street Journal 10 Jan 2019
Overhead expense?
Bowler, e.g.
Bean cover
Tipped top
Ring-toss item?
Derby, e.g.
It may be measured in gallons
Fedora, for one
Makeshift receptacle for ballots
Outline in the Arby's logo
Bowler or derby
Seuss title top
Panama or porkpie
Monopoly token choice
It's passed by a panhandler
Fez or kepi
Bowler, for one
It's over your head
Fez or fedora
Beret, for one
One might get tipped Wall Street Journal 26 Dec 2018
Place for a magician's rabbit USA Today 05 Dec 2018
Simple remedy for baldness Wall Street Journal 29 Nov 2018
Chapeau Universal 16 Nov 2018
Stetson, say Premier Sunday 28 Oct 2018
Bowler, for one Wall Street Journal 23 Oct 2018
One might be tipped Wall Street Journal 09 Oct 2018
Protection against sunburn New York Times 18 Sep 2018
It keeps a head toasty Family Time 16 Sep 2018
Pass it for money Universal 14 Sep 2018
Fedora, e.g The Washington Post 28 Aug 2018
Fedora, e.g LA Times Daily 28 Aug 2018
Topper Newsday 19 Aug 2018
Boater or bowler LA Times Daily 31 Jul 2018
Fashion statement at the Kentucky Derby New York Times 24 Jul 2018
Band's place up top Universal 23 Jul 2018
Camera type, for short New York Times 18 Jul 2018
Sight on a rack New York Times 12 Jul 2018
Cover for a bad hair day USA Today 11 Jul 2018
Boater, e.g Premier Sunday 08 Jul 2018
Bowler, for instance Newsday 08 Jul 2018
Fez, e.g LA Times Daily 23 May 2018
Fez, e.g The Washington Post 23 May 2018
Head liner? Universal 22 May 2018
New Year's Eve handout USA Today 12 May 2018
Wear for Seuss' cat USA Today 05 May 2018
Chapeau Thomas Joseph 23 Apr 2018
Bowler, beanie or beret Wall Street Journal 16 Apr 2018
Fedora or beret Newsday 16 Apr 2018
Bad-hair-day resort Universal 09 Apr 2018
Napoleon's bicorn, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 08 Apr 2018
Job, metaphorically USA Today 01 Apr 2018
Topper Wall Street Journal 26 Mar 2018
Deadly accessory for 54 Down The Washington Post Sunday 25 Mar 2018
Weapon for Oddjob in 'Goldfinger' The Chronicle of Higher Education 16 Mar 2018
Spot for a street performer's tips, often Wall Street Journal 14 Mar 2018
Pate protector Wall Street Journal 10 Mar 2018
Bowler or boater USA Today 03 Mar 2018
Tip collector for many buskers The Chronicle of Higher Education 16 Feb 2018
Beret or bonnet Newsday 05 Feb 2018
It may keep your head warm Family Time 05 Feb 2018
Rabbit's place, maybe The Washington Post Sunday 28 Jan 2018
Hair hider Universal 17 Jan 2018
Accessory for a bad hair day New York Times 16 Jan 2018
Job, metaphorically
Pass it for money
Head liner?
Hair hider
Chapeau
Band's place up top
Bad-hair-day resort
Tip collector for many buskers
Weapon for Oddjob in "Goldfinger"
___ tip (quick acknowledgment)
Sight on a rack
Protection against sunburn
Fashion statement at the Kentucky Derby
Accessory for a bad hair day
Boater or bowler
Fez, e.g.
Fedora, e.g.
Simple remedy for baldness
One might get tipped
One might be tipped
Bowler, for one
Bowler, beanie or beret
Wear for Seuss' cat
Place for a magician's rabbit
New Year's Eve handout
Cover for a bad hair day
Broadbrim, e.g New York Times 17 Dec 2017
Banded Wonderland wear The Washington Post 16 Dec 2017
Banded Wonderland wear LA Times Daily 16 Dec 2017
See 102-Down New York Times 10 Dec 2017
8-Down, e.g USA Today 06 Dec 2017
Sombrero, e.g New York Times 20 Nov 2017
Headgear The Telegraph Quick 08 Nov 2017
Bowler or boater New York Times 31 Oct 2017
One of the Monopoly tokens Universal 17 Oct 2017
Noodle topper? The Washington Post 29 Sep 2017
Noodle topper? LA Times Daily 29 Sep 2017
This may be over your head Family Time 24 Sep 2017
Medicine __, Alberta LA Times Daily 21 Sep 2017
Medicine __, Alberta The Washington Post 21 Sep 2017
Fedora, for instance Newsday 13 Sep 2017
Fez or fedora USA Today 31 Aug 2017
Headgear Universal 23 Aug 2017
Cloche or fez? The Telegraph Quick 17 Aug 2017
Porkpie, e.g Jonesin 15 Aug 2017
___ trick New York Times 10 Aug 2017
Boater, for one The Washington Post 06 Aug 2017
Boater, for one LA Times Daily 06 Aug 2017
Topper Thomas Joseph 05 Aug 2017
One may be tipped New York Times 30 Jul 2017
Cap alternative Family Time 24 Jul 2017
This might go over your head Wall Street Journal 20 Jul 2017
Bowler, e.g New York Times 11 Jul 2017
Haberdasher's item LA Times Daily 15 Jun 2017
Haberdasher's item The Washington Post 15 Jun 2017
Mr. Peanut accessory Wall Street Journal 03 Jun 2017
Lid Universal 28 May 2017
Part of an Uncle Sam costume Newsday 26 May 2017
Something passed at a meeting, maybe New York Times 11 May 2017
Made it across New York Times 13 Apr 2017
Scalp warmer Universal 12 Apr 2017
Derby or fedora New York Times 03 Apr 2017
Sombrero or beret Newsday 21 Mar 2017
It may be checked Wall Street Journal 16 Mar 2017
Beanie, boater or beret Wall Street Journal 27 Feb 2017
Fedora, e.g Family Time 12 Feb 2017
Bowler, e.g LA Times Daily 03 Feb 2017
Boater or bowler USA Today 21 Jan 2017
Sombrero, for example Premier Sunday 15 Jan 2017
One of the Monopoly tokens
___ trick
Something passed at a meeting, maybe
Scalp warmer
Bowler, e.g.
Broadbrim, e.g.
Sombrero, e.g.
Noodle topper?
Medicine __, Alberta
Haberdasher's item
Boater, for one
Banded Wonderland wear
Fez or fedora
8-Down, e.g.
See 102-Down
One may be tipped
Magician's prop
Derby or fedora
Bowler or boater
Headgear
Lid
Bowler or boater
Head warmer Family Time 25 Dec 2016
Metaphorical hiding place LA Times Daily 23 Dec 2016
Part of a Santa suit Wall Street Journal 20 Dec 2016
Bonnet or beret Newsday 14 Dec 2016
Pillbox or porkpie USA Today 13 Dec 2016
Milliner's product The Washington Post 04 Dec 2016
Ring-toss item? Universal 21 Nov 2016
It can keep hair dry Family Time 21 Nov 2016
Derby, e.g The Washington Post 10 Nov 2016
Sun blocker of a sort Newsday 30 Oct 2016
Fedora or fez New York Times 25 Oct 2016
Homburg or trilby The Washington Post 17 Oct 2016
Mr. Potato Head piece USA Today 05 Oct 2016
Head topper Newsday 13 Sep 2016
One may be tipped LA Times Daily 08 Sep 2016
Tam Canadiana 05 Sep 2016
It's passed for funds Universal 29 Aug 2016
Top with a crown Newsday 27 Aug 2016
"Monopoly" token choice Family Time 31 Jul 2016
Derby or deerstalker The Washington Post 30 Jul 2016
Bowler, for one Thomas Joseph 21 Jul 2016
A gentleman removes his Universal 07 Jul 2016
Derby, for example The Washington Post 07 Jul 2016
Fez or shako USA Today 21 Jun 2016
This may be over your head Universal 13 Jun 2016
Recipient of a tip Newsday 04 Jun 2016
It may be humbly held in hand LA Times Daily 03 Jun 2016
Bean cover? LA Times Daily 01 Jun 2016
Frosty the Snowman transformer The Washington Post 15 May 2016
Deerstalker finishes Irish diploma first time Irish Times Crosaire 07 May 2016
Mr. Potato Head part Newsday 01 May 2016
Derby or boater LA Times Daily 28 Apr 2016
Uncle Sam costume part Universal 19 Apr 2016
Derby or beret Newsday 19 Apr 2016
Fez, for one USA Today 17 Apr 2016
Milliner's offering The Washington Post 13 Apr 2016
1-Across, for example Wall Street Journal 09 Apr 2016
Derby or bowler Universal 09 Apr 2016
Magic show prop LA Times Daily 31 Mar 2016
Overhead expense? New York Times 29 Mar 2016
Bean topper? LA Times Daily 10 Mar 2016
Monopoly token choice Jonesin 01 Mar 2016
Toque, e.g Premier Sunday 21 Feb 2016
Headdress Irish Times Simplex 18 Feb 2016
Tam or trilby LA Times Daily 17 Feb 2016
Fez or kepi Premier Sunday 14 Feb 2016
New Year's party handout LA Times Daily 10 Feb 2016
"The Cat in the ___" USA Today 10 Feb 2016
Outline in the Arby's logo LA Times Daily 30 Jan 2016
Head topper Universal 10 Jan 2016
Panama, e.g Eugene Sheffer 05 Jan 2016
Common Justin Timberlake fashion accessory The Washington Post 04 Jan 2016
Head topper
Mr. Potato Head piece
Tam or trilby
Outline in the Arby's logo
One may be tipped
New Year's party handout
Metaphorical hiding place
It may be humbly held in hand
Bean cover?
Fedora or fez
This may be over your head
A gentleman removes his
It's passed for funds
Fez or shako
"The Cat in the ___"
A capital paper decoration at party time The Telegraph Cryptic 25 Dec 2015
Panama or bowler New York Times 21 Dec 2015
Rack item Eugene Sheffer 19 Dec 2015
Bowler or boater LA Times Daily 15 Dec 2015
Sombrero, for one Jonesin 15 Dec 2015
Word with "hard" or "high" USA Today 09 Dec 2015
Part of a Sherlock costume Newsday 29 Nov 2015
Common magic prop USA Today 29 Nov 2015
Sun screen? Eugene Sheffer 27 Nov 2015
Head cover Universal 25 Nov 2015
Word before tree or trick Newsday 20 Nov 2015
Part of a Santa costume Newsday 08 Nov 2015
Porkpie, for one LA Times Daily 06 Nov 2015
Panama, for one LA Times Daily 29 Oct 2015
See 44-Across New York Times 02 Oct 2015
Word after hard or high Newsday 04 Sep 2015
One may be passed LA Times Daily 28 Aug 2015
Fedora or derby Eugene Sheffer 18 Aug 2015
Part of a Santa costume USA Today 19 Jul 2015
Head-covering Irish Times Simplex 25 Jun 2015
Covering for the head Universal 17 Jun 2015
Magician's prop USA Today 14 Jun 2015
Santa suit part Newsday 04 Jun 2015
Dome covering? USA Today 28 May 2015
Job, metaphorically LA Times Daily 16 May 2015
Medicine ____ Canadiana 04 May 2015
Sombrero, e.g LA Times Daily 04 May 2015
Monopoly token Universal 28 Apr 2015
Tip collector for many an amateur performer New York Times 14 Apr 2015
Uncle Sam feature Universal 14 Mar 2015
Deerstalker, for one Universal 07 Mar 2015
It's often tipped USA Today 02 Mar 2015
Overhead item? Wall Street Journal 23 Feb 2015
Lid Newsday 06 Feb 2015
Bella Abzug trademark Eugene Sheffer 05 Feb 2015
Word after high or before dance Newsday 01 Feb 2015
One getting a tip? New York Times 30 Jan 2015
Common magician prop Newsday 18 Jan 2015
Covering for the head
Bean cover
Bill collector on the street
Panama, e.g.
Street performer's tip container, perhaps
This may be over your head
Bowler or boater
Job, metaphorically
Magic show prop
One may be passed
Panama, for one
Porkpie, for one
Sombrero, e.g.
Common magician prop
Lid
Part of a Santa costume
Part of a Sherlock costume
Part of an Uncle Sam costume
Santa suit part
Word after hard or high
Word after high or before dance
Word before tree or trick
Deerstalker, for one
Head cover
Monopoly token
Uncle Sam feature
Common magic prop
Dome covering?
It's often tipped
Magician's prop
Part of a Santa costume
Word with "hard" or "high"
One getting a tip?
Panama or bowler
See 44-Across
Tip collector for many an amateur performer
Monopoly token
Accessory for the 91-Across
Rack type
Fedora, for instance
Head covering
Part of Arby's logo
Something to check or tip
Thing often checked
Word after old or opera
It may be doffed
Bowler, e.g.
Bowler, e.g.
It may be passed
Magician's prop
Tricorne, e.g.
Panama, for one
Place for a plume
Deerstalker, e.g.
It may be passed
It might go over your head
Magician's prop
Donation collection site
It may be tipped as a sign of respect
It may collect tips ... or be tipped
Sunburn preventer, maybe
Overhead expense?
This might go over your head
Overhead item?
It may be tipped
What a gentleman tips
Deerstalker, e.g.
Broadbrim, for one
Bowler, e.g.
Hair hider
Bad hair day helper
Derby, for one
Bowler, for one
Fez, for one
Bean cover?
Mexican ___ dance
"Keep it under your ___!" ("Mum's the word!")
Cracker breakthrough album "Kerosene ___"
Joe Cocker can leave his on
Trilby, e.g.
Tricorne, e.g.
Fez, for instance
Porkpie, e.g.
With "in" and 2-Down, with respectful humility
Bowler, for one
Derby, for one
Topper
Monopoly token
Bowler or sombrero
New Year's party handout
Rug covering
Shade provider
Topper
Pillbox, e.g.
Balmoral or capuchon
Magician prop
Noodle topper
Derby Day tradition
Panama, e.g.
Magician's prop
It could be tipped off?
Fez or fedora
Fundraisers pass it
Ring toss item?
Do damager, maybe
Toque or fez
Derby, e.g.
Do undoer, sometimes
Uncle Sam costume piece
Top ___
One may be in the ring
Monopoly token
Sombrero, e.g.
One may be in the ring
Beret or bonnet
Noodle topper?
Monopoly token
Boater, e.g.
See 42-Across
Used by street performer for tips
What Joe Cocker told you to leave on
Word after hard or high
Place for a band
Place for a rabbit in a magic act
___ in hand
It may be cocked
A milliner makes it
It's worn on the head
Beret or bonnet
It has a crown
Dr. Seuss's "The Cat in the ___"
Part of Frosty's outfit
"You can leave your __ on"
Bowler, for example
Bowler, e.g.
It may be checked
Derby, for one
It may be tipped
Magician's prop
Remedy for a bad hair day
Panama or cowboy
One of many jobs, in metaphor
Where a rabbit may be hidden
Haberdashery item
One of many jobs, in metaphor
Magician's prop
It may be tipped
New Year's Eve party handout
Word after high or opera
Santa wears one
Monopoly token
It may be hard on a construction worker
Rack type
Fez or fedora
Derby, for instance
Doffed item
Derby, for example
Afro flattener
Fedora, for one
Lid
Rack item
Word after high or top
Derby, e.g.
Beret or beanie
Something to check
Jipijapa, e.g.
The last word of this puzzle's five longest answers is a type of one
Boater or bowler
New Year's Eve party handout, perhaps
Stovepipe, e.g.
It goes right over your head
See 26-Down
Stetson or sombrero
Symbol of a position
"Monopoly" token choice
"The Cat in the ___"
Apparel for a Dr. Seuss cat
Bad-hair-day helper
Bowler or beret
It may be passed or tipped
Monopoly token choice
It may go over your head
Something to tip
Job, figuratively, and what's inside each of this puzzle's four longest entries
Accessory for a Dr. Seuss cat
Rabbit's hiding place?
Monopoly token
Solution for a bad hair day
Lincoln's was a stovepipe
Vocational identifier, perhaps
Milliner's product
"You Can Leave Your ___ On"
Solution for a bad hair day
The last word of this puzzle's five longest answers is a type of one
Tin Man's funnel accessory
Derby, for one
Bowler or skimmer
It may be tipped (h)
It may be tipped (h)
Receiver of donations?
Uncle Sam costume piece
Busby or derby
Deerstalker, e.g.
Porkpie or pillbox
Tam or beanie
Thing to tip
Fan's purchase
Pillbox, e.g.
Tam or bowler
One of multiple jobs, metaphorically
Beanie or beret
Skimmer, e.g.
It should go on a head
Panama, for one
Ring contents, maybe
Stetson, e.g.
Magician's prop
Do flattener
Beret, for instance
It may be felt on your head
One of multiple jobs, metaphorically
Tam or bowler
Prop for a magician
Pillbox, e.g.
See 24-Across
Beaver or boater
Chapeau
It may be passed or tipped
Chapeau
Bonnet or beret
Bonnet, for example
Beaver or boater
Chapeau
Beret, for example
Rabbit's hideout?
It may be passed or tipped
Something to hang on a tree
Ring toss item?
Baldness remedy?
Head cover
Beanie, e.g.
Part of a Santa costume
Something to doff
Stetson or homburg
Cloche or toque
Do cover
Something to doff
Tipped top
Something to doff
Cloche or toque
Do cover
Something to tip or check
Milliner's product
Bowler or boater
Fedora or cloche
Item thrown in a ring
Stovepipe, for one
Helmet, essentially
It may be tipped or blocked
It may be over your head
Sombrero, e.g.
Word with hard or high
Panama, e.g.
"He who cannot keep his ___ on before kings and emperors is no free man": Schiller
Beaver, e.g.
Rack item
Magical item for Frosty the Snowman
Word with high or top
Boater, for one
Panama, for one
Receiver of donations
Item with a brim or crown
It may be cocked
Millinery sale
Porkpie, e.g.
You may check it, although it's over your head
Bowler, for one
Bowler, for example
Ring toss item?
Something to check
It may be passed
Rabbit's place?
It may be in the ring
Donation collection site
Souvenir shop purchase
Haberdashery item
Tip from a gentleman?
It may be cocked
Boater or bowler
See 42-Across
Tipper's item
Bowler or porkpie
It may be passed or cocked
__ in hand (humbly)
Panama, for one
It may be in the ring
Porkpie, e.g.
Sombrero, for example
Magician's stock item
Fedora or beret
Panama, e.g.
Something to check
Something in a rack
Noodle topper
It may be over your head
Millinery item
Deerstalker, for one
It may be filled with money or hair
It may be over your head
Monopoly token choice
Toque, for one
Ring toss?
Word with trick or tree
Stetson, e.g.
It might be tipped
Do flattener
Part of a Santa costume
Stetson or sombrero
Fedora, e.g.
Monopoly token
It might be tipped
Stetson, e.g.
Word with trick or tree
Porkpie or Panama
Boater or derby
It's over your head
Uncle Sam feature
See 2-Down
Magician's stock item
Bowler or sailor
Bad-hair day helper
"Top __" (Astaire flick)
Easter Sunday accessory
Head covering
Uncle Sam costume piece
Porkpie or pillbox
Topper
Tricorn or bowler
It's hard on a construction worker
Milliner's product
Bowler
It may be hard on a construction worker
Santa has a red and white one
With 65-Across, stand with lots of hooks
Milliner's offering
Medicine ___, Alberta
Uniform part
A bowler that doesn't bowl?
Kind of trick
See 17-Down
Sou'wester, e.g.
What a tipper tips
Three-goal trick
Word with old or hard
Panama or porkpie
Pillbox or porkpie
Tipped topper
Toque or topper
Vocational identifier
Something to doff
Millinery sale
Sun protection
Panama or cowboy
Word with old or hard
One may be cocked
It may be tossed in a ring
Deerstalker, for one
It may be tossed in a ring
Kind of trick
One may be cocked
Deerstalker, for one
Item for a bad hair day?
It may be tipped
Tam or beret
Stetson, for one
Seuss's cat topper
Tip from a gentleman?
Where a rabbit may be hidden
Tree item
Topper
Panama, for one
Magician's prop
Boater, for one
Seuss's cat topper
Token in Monopoly
Stetson, e.g.
Rabbit holder, perhaps
Pillbox, e.g.
Bowler, e.g.
Beaver, e.g.
At the drop of a __
Boater or bowler
Millinery purchase
Ring toss, perhaps
Panama, e.g.
Homburg, for one
Milliner's sale
__ check
Skimmer or derby
Bonnet or derby
Beret or bonnet
Word with box or trick
Bowler or boater
Bowler, for one
Haberdashery item
Bonnet or derby
Beret or bonnet
Bowler or skimmer
It may be over your head
Bowler or boater
Derby or bowler
Easter display
Party handout, perhaps
Pillbox, e.g.
Chef's accoutrement
Pillbox or toque
Candidate's throw-in
Fedora, e.g.
Head liner?
Porkpie or pillbox
Stovepipe, e.g.
Panama, e.g.
Overhead expense?
It's worn on a bad hair day
Hopper topper
Dr. Seuss's "The Cat in the ___"
Doffed item
Boater, e.g.
Weather protection
Beanie or beret
Kind of rack
Boater or sailor
Bonnet or beanie
Sailor or boater
Arlen's 'The Green --'
Profession
Kind of rack
It's passed for money
It might be old
Bowler or boater
It's passed by fund-raisers
It's often put on the rack
Magician's prop
Monopoly token
Deerstalker, for one
Cat's place, per Seuss
"Waiting for Godot" prop
Hanger on a rack
Head cover
Toque or cloche
Bowler or derby
Beaver or boater
Hanger on a rack
Bean cover
Collection holder
It may rest on a rack
Makeshift ballot holder, maybe
Fedora, for example
Cat's garb, in a kids' book
Topper
Toque or bowler
Cloche or toque
Sort of trick?
Derby or bowler
Role indicator
Panama or Balmoral, for two
Panama, e.g.
See 11 Across
Type of trick
Tricorn, for one
Tricorn, for one
It's sometimes passed for money
Toque or topee
Cloche or castor
Pillbox or porkpie
See 11-Across
See 23-Across
Biretta or busby
It might go over your head
Porkpie or tricorn
Pillbox, e.g.
Item removed at the barbershop
Head liner?
Fedora, e.g.
Derby
It's tipped by an admirer
Homburg
Boater, e.g.
Word with dance or band
Place for a Dr. Seuss cat
Head cover
Chapeau
Trilby, e.g.
Fedora or fez
Hedda Hopper trademark
Panama, for one
Bowler, for one
Item tossed metaphorically by politicians
Bush, in "Doonesbury"
Bush, to Trudeau
It's passed for money
Item sometimes worn backwards
This clue's answer may be over your head
Toque or tam
Toque or kepi
Topper
Top or tin follower
Panama for one
Fedora
See 111 Down
Item thrown in a ring
Hockey's trick
Checkroom item
Fund-raisers pass it
Fez e.g.
Biretta or busby
It can be over your head
Item thrown in a ring
Derby, for one
High or top follower
Derby, e.g.
Fedora or derby
Derby or pillbox
Bowler, for example
Abzug's trademark
Fedora or homburg
It's sometimes passed
Stetson or homburg
Vocational identifier: sl.
Toque
Stovepipe
Miter or fedora
Stovepipe for one
Stovepipe
Beret or shako
This may be over your head
Item thrown in a ring
"Chapeau", in Chicago
Head cover
Word before box or trick
Item on a rack
"The Cat in the ___"
Dach product
Porkpie for one
Porkpie, for one
Pillbox or porkpie
A candidate tosses this into the ring
___ trick (three goals)
It's usually over your head
Toque, for one
Easter parade attraction
Stetson, e.g.
Pin type
Bowler
Kind of trick
Derby or bowler
Chapeau
Article on a rack
Kind of check or rack
Boater or bowler
Beaver, for one
Derby
Type of trick or rack
Gibus or kady
Boater, e.g.
Dicer or skimmer
Kind of dance or trick
Shako or dicer
Cloche or toque
Sailor, e.g.
What to keep a secret under
Toque or cloche
Kady or petasus
Cloche, e.g.
Toque or gibus
What men doff to Key
Castor or dicer
Magician's item
Breton or wide-awake
Dicer or tile
Fez or fedora
Something to tip
Castor or pillbox
Castor or tile
Sailor or skimmer
Abzug adornment
Item often checked
Panama
Hockey "trick"
Bowler or skimmer
Billycock, e.g.
Item to talk through
Something to fling into a ring
Bowler or sailor
Kind of box or band
Cardinal's symbol of office
Castor, e.g.
Sombrero
Type of trick for a Ranger
Bowler or dicer
Item tossed into a ring
Abzug trademark
___ in hand (humbly)
Trilby on a Londoner
Toque, e.g.
Kind of dance or band
Word with band or box
Pillbox
Caubeen, e.g.
Item for a ring
Cloche
Old or top
Old ___
Porkpie
Mexican-dance need
Keep-under item
Checkroom item
Pillbox or toque
Billycock
Derby of stovepipe
Toque or porkpie
Item in the ring
Mid-Manhattan
Opera or hard
Bella Abzug feature
Steeple-crown
Old ___ (passé)
Sometimes it's high
Fedora
Brass ___
Covering
Felt or straw.
Boater
Tricorn.
Topper.
Medicine or old.
Item to talk through.
Fedora.
Object in the ring.
Felt.
Item "in the ring."
Sailor.
Pillbox.
Billycock.
Homburg.
Bowler.
Pork pie.
High ___.
Toque.
Porkpie.
Pass the ___.
Edible item, at times.
Bonnet.
Ten-gallon item.
Shako.
Panama.
Busby.
Stove pipe.
Caubeen.
Receptacle for contributions.
Equine headgear.
Chapeau.
Relative of a nightcap.
Cloche.
Mexican ___ dance.
Item in the ring.
Magician's item.
Symbol of political aspiration.
Old ___.
Derby.
Sailer.
Kepi.
Sombrero.
Topknot.
Flowered profile.
Shako or busby.
Politician's trademark.
Sailor, for instance.
Hedda Hopper's specialty.
Easter finery.
F. H. La G.'s trade-mark.
Office of Cardinal.
Iris March's green ___.
Recent honor conferred on Archbishop Spellman.
Medicine ___, city in Alberta, Canada.
"Off with your ___ as the flag goes by!"
"Man and nature scorn the shocking ___."—Holmes.
Porkpie, e.g.
Nut covering
Indiana Jones prop
Bowler or boater
Bicorne, e.g.
___ trick
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