Crossword Clues for HATS

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Milliner's inventory Newsday 15 Jun 2022
Bowlers, but not archers Universal 11 Jun 2022
Boaters and bowlers LA Times Daily 04 May 2022
Boaters and bowlers The Washington Post 04 May 2022
Fedoras, e.g Universal 09 Apr 2022
They may blow off on a windy day Universal 06 Apr 2022
Cowboy accessories USA Today 01 Apr 2022
Caps, e.g The Washington Post 23 Mar 2022
Caps, e.g LA Times Daily 23 Mar 2022
Milliner’s wares Wall Street Journal 21 Mar 2022
Roles, metaphorically The Washington Post 10 Feb 2022
Roles, metaphorically LA Times Daily 10 Feb 2022
Toppers Eugene Sheffer 19 Oct 2021
Kufis, e.g USA Today 12 Oct 2021
Conical items at birthday parties Universal 28 Sep 2021
Millinery Eugene Sheffer 13 Aug 2021
Panama's coast - a holiday in itself overall Irish Times Crosaire 07 Aug 2021
Tops of Santa costumes Universal 28 Jul 2021
Bowler and boater The Washington Post 19 Jul 2021
Bowler and boater LA Times Daily 19 Jul 2021
They're often removed for the National Anthem The Washington Post 24 Jun 2021
They're often removed for the National Anthem LA Times Daily 24 Jun 2021
Berets and snapbacks USA Today 21 Jun 2021
Tree hangers, at times LA Times Daily 13 May 2021
Tree hangers, at times The Washington Post 13 May 2021
Bald spot concealers Family Time 02 May 2021
Church accessories USA Today 13 Mar 2021
Millinery wares Thomas Joseph 04 Mar 2021
They're thrown into a metaphorical ring Universal 02 Mar 2021
Toppers Thomas Joseph 15 Feb 2021
Berets and such Family Time 07 Feb 2021
Cowgirls' accessories The Washington Post Sunday 07 Feb 2021
Overhead purchases? Universal 07 Feb 2021
Berets and bonnets Newsday 22 Dec 2020
Bowlers, e.g LA Times Daily 29 Nov 2020
Bowlers, e.g The Washington Post 29 Nov 2020
Kepi and kufi The Washington Post 26 Nov 2020
Kepi and kufi LA Times Daily 26 Nov 2020
Millinery Eugene Sheffer 19 Nov 2020
Bowlers and boaters, e.g USA Today 16 Nov 2020
Bowlers and derbies Thomas Joseph 09 Nov 2020
Metaphor for roles Newsday 07 Nov 2020
Overhead expenses? New York Times 02 Aug 2020
Sombreros and such Universal 11 Jul 2020
Fez and fedora Universal 09 Jun 2020
Berets and baseball caps Family Time 08 Jun 2020
Boaters, berets, etc USA Today 03 Jun 2020
Stetsons, e.g Universal 03 May 2020
Panama's coast - a holiday in itself Irish Times Crosaire 22 Apr 2020
Bowlers, derbies, et al The Washington Post Sunday 05 Apr 2020
Metaphor for responsibilities The Washington Post 14 Feb 2020
Metaphor for responsibilities LA Times Daily 14 Feb 2020
Tams Canadiana 30 Dec 2019
Bonnets and beanies Newsday 03 Dec 2019
Derbies and berets Universal 24 Sep 2019
Toppers Eugene Sheffer 23 Sep 2019
Roles, metaphorically Universal 13 Sep 2019
Fezzes and fedoras Newsday 03 Sep 2019
Derbies, e.g New York Times 14 Jul 2019
Kentucky Derby showpieces LA Times Daily 14 Jun 2019
Kentucky Derby showpieces The Washington Post 14 Jun 2019
Derbies and caps Newsday 27 May 2019
Send off handsets for going over the heads Irish Times Crosaire 26 Apr 2019
Baseball caps, e.g Universal 26 Mar 2019
What a rack may hold Newsday 15 Mar 2019
Fezzes and fedoras USA Today 06 Mar 2019
Kentucky Derby showpieces
Baseball caps, e.g.
Derbies, e.g.
Fezzes and fedoras
Roles, metaphorically
Derbies and berets
Derbies and fedoras Newsday 11 Dec 2018
Derbies and fezzes Newsday 21 Nov 2018
Fedora and fez USA Today 17 Nov 2018
Fez and fedora USA Today 04 Nov 2018
Checkroom items Wall Street Journal 11 Aug 2018
Bonnets and berets Newsday 30 Jul 2018
Over-the-top Kentucky Derby wear USA Today 18 Jul 2018
Bowlers and boaters USA Today 17 Jul 2018
Baldness concealers Universal 18 Jun 2018
'___ off to you!' New York Times 15 Jun 2018
Boaters and bowlers USA Today 12 Jun 2018
Fashionable Kentucky Derby array The Washington Post 20 Mar 2018
Fashionable Kentucky Derby array LA Times Daily 20 Mar 2018
Boaters and bowlers
Over-the-top Kentucky Derby wear
Checkroom items
Fez and fedora
"___ off to you!"
Fedora and fez
Baldness concealers
Bowlers and boaters
Metaphorical roles The Washington Post Sunday 17 Dec 2017
Panama and porkpie USA Today 15 Dec 2017
Roles, proverbially Jonesin 14 Nov 2017
Milliner's creations The Washington Post Sunday 15 Oct 2017
Protection from the sun Newsday 14 Sep 2017
12/31 party attire Newsday 18 Aug 2017
Multiple jobs, metaphorically New York Times 15 Aug 2017
Covers for locks New York Times 05 Aug 2017
They're sometimes felt LA Times Daily 24 May 2017
They're sometimes felt The Washington Post 24 May 2017
Candidates' toss-ins, figuratively USA Today 23 Apr 2017
Stetsons and sombreros USA Today 21 Apr 2017
Toppers Newsday 26 Feb 2017
Metaphor for jobs LA Times Daily 23 Feb 2017
Some haberdashery Newsday 26 Jan 2017
Berets and derbies Newsday 09 Jan 2017
They're sometimes felt
Stetsons and sombreros
Panama and porkpie
Candidates' toss-ins, figuratively
Covers for locks
Multiple jobs, metaphorically
Beavers, e.g LA Times Daily 11 Nov 2016
Fedoras and pork pies Universal 05 Nov 2016
They've got your parts covered Universal 31 Oct 2016
Fezzes, e.g Premier Sunday 30 Oct 2016
Fedoras and fezzes Wall Street Journal 10 Oct 2016
They may be tipped LA Times Daily 09 Oct 2016
Lids Universal 07 Oct 2016
Bowlers� league? Wall Street Journal 19 Jul 2016
Headwear The Telegraph Quick 12 Jul 2016
Milliner's stock USA Today 22 Apr 2016
'___ off!' (phrase of homage) New York Times 25 Mar 2016
Haberdashery buys The Washington Post 31 Jan 2016
They're not tipped very much nowadays New York Times 31 Jan 2016
Bonnets The Sun Two Speed 25 Jan 2016
First of haberdasher's agents to stock headgear The Sun Two Speed 25 Jan 2016
They're not tipped very much nowadays
They may be tipped
Lids
They've got your parts covered
Bowlers, e.g.
Stetsons Eugene Sheffer 08 Dec 2015
Vocational identifiers USA Today 01 Dec 2015
Tipped toppers LA Times Daily 29 Nov 2015
Berets and fedoras Newsday 23 Nov 2015
They may go over your part USA Today 16 Nov 2015
Pillboxes, e.g Eugene Sheffer 29 Oct 2015
Medieval indicators of social status Newsday 10 Oct 2015
Bowlers and boaters Wall Street Journal 05 Oct 2015
They may be felt above you Newsday 18 Sep 2015
Receptacles for street performers New York Times 10 Sep 2015
Chapeaus Eugene Sheffer 17 Aug 2015
Milliner's wares Eugene Sheffer 13 Aug 2015
Millinery wares Newsday 05 Jul 2015
Millinery buys Thomas Joseph 03 Jul 2015
Millinery stock USA Today 09 Jun 2015
Bowlers, for instance Newsday 21 May 2015
Berets and beanies Family Time 04 May 2015
Things going to your head? New York Times 01 May 2015
More than one bowler maybe in that side The Telegraph Cryptic 01 May 2015
Fez and fedora LA Times Daily 13 Apr 2015
Top gear New York Times 11 Mar 2015
New Year's Eve party attire Newsday 14 Jan 2015
Responsibilities, so to speak Newsday 04 Jan 2015
Medieval indicators of social status
Bartholomew Cubbins had 500
Jobs, figuratively
Fez and fedora
Beefeater and bluebonnet
Fez and fedora
Tipped toppers
Berets and bonnets
Berets and fedoras
Bonnets and berets
Bowlers, for instance
Metaphor for roles
Millinery wares
New Year's Eve party attire
Responsibilities, so to speak
They may be felt above you
Receptacles for street performers
Things going to your head?
Top gear
"___ Off to (Roy) Harper"
Millinery stock
They may go over your part
Vocational identifiers
Bowlers and boaters
Ring-tossed items?
Vocational identifiers
They're sometimes felt
Toppers
Stetson products
Bowler and sailor
Derbies and Stetsons
Toppers
Millinery
Roles, metaphorically
Berets and beanies
They go over your part
Millinery stock
Porkpie and trilby
Milliner's inventory
Small business owner's figurative array
Rack items
Versatile one's garb?
Pillboxes and boaters
Bowlers that don't bowl
New Year's Eve party purchase
Millinery
Zep took them "Off to (Roy) Harper"
Small business owner's figurative array
Bowlers and boaters
Stetsons and sombreros
Things to check
Boaters and bowlers
Bowlers and skimmers
"___ off!"
Bowlers and trilbies
Jobs, metaphorically
Jobs, metaphorically
Berets and sombreros
Milliner's inventory
They're sometimes felt
Busby and derby
Roles, figuratively
They may be thrown into the ring
They may be passed or tipped
They may be tipped in acknowledgment
Spots for bands
Pillboxes, e.g.
Pillboxes, e.g.
They may be tossed in the ring
Homburg and Panama
They may be tipped in acknowledgment
Toque and tricorn
Boaters and bonnets
Different roles, metaphorically
Stetsons and stovepipes
Boaters and bonnets
Western apparel store stock
Jobs, idiomatically
Careers, figuratively
Boaters and bowlers
Bowlers, e.g.
Jobs, idiomatically
They may be tipped in acknowledgment
Different roles, in metaphor
Fezzes and fedoras
Tipped items
Berets, for example
They're often checked
Bowler and beaver
They have crowns
Billycocks and beavers
They may be tossed in the ring
Bowlers, e.g.
They may be passed or tipped
"Billy Two ___" (1973 Gregory Peck film)
Millinery inventory
Boaters and bowlers
Toppers
Roles, figuratively
Fez and deerstalker
Caps
Bowlers that don't bowl
Bowlers, for example
Fez, toque, and tam
Stovepipes, e.g.
Porkpies and pillboxes
Bowlers, for example
Milliner's stock
Stovepipes, e.g.
Homburg and Panama
Certain Monopoly tokens
They may be thrown into the ring
They may be checked or felt
Berets and derbies
Milliner's stock
Boaters and bowlers, e.g.
Hairdo crushers
Milliners' output
Roles, symbolically
Occupiers of top spots
Beavers, perhaps
Beavers, perhaps
Derbies and berets
Boaters and such
They're sometimes felt
They're sometimes tipped
Sombreros
Fedoras and derbies
Roles, idiomatically
Milliner's stock
Roles, idiomatically
The first words of 17- and 59-Across and 11- and 35-Down are kinds of them
Bartholomew Cubbins had 500
Boater and sailor
Cowboy and Panama
Items to check
Bowlers, for example
Milliner's inventory
Millinery
The first words of 17- and 59-Across and 11- and 35-Down are kinds of them
Rack items
They may be tipped
Checked accessories
Porkpies and panamas
Boater and sailor
Duties, symbolically
Homburg and derby, e.g.
Gentlemen tipped theirs to ladies, once
Milliner's stock
Porkpies
Derbies and fedoras
Roles, figuratively
They may be checked
Headgear
Boaters and bowlers
Boaters and such
Bowler and boater
Stetsons, e.g.
Bald spot hiders
They're on top of things
Jobs, so to speak
"The 500 ___ of Bartholomew Cubbins"
Tops
Panama and porkpie
Word with top (head covers)
Derbies, e.g.
Responsibilities, so to speak
Fezzes, for example
Items at a lost-and-found
Ring contents?
Derbies, e.g.
Beanies and berets
Careers, in a sense
Beavers, maybe
Bowler and derby
Derbies and Stetsons
They may be checked
Noodle toppers
Jobs, metaphorically
Responsibilities, so to speak
'-- Off to Larry ('61 tune)'
Roles
Noodle toppings?
Noodle toppings?
Beavers, maybe
Bowler and derby
Ten-gallon ___
Derbies and Stetsons
They may be checked
Milliner's offerings
Fedoras and fezzes, e.g.
Stovepipe and pillbox
Lily Daché creations
Checkroom items
Boater and deerstalker
Monopoly tokens
Stetson wares
Bowlers, e.g.
Covers up?
Bartholomew Cubbins' problem
Some bowlers
Bowlers and boaters
Headgear
Chapeaus
They top beans
'_____ Off to Larry ('61 tune)'
They go on top of noodles
Some bowlers
Bowler and boater
Milliner's stock
Bowlers and panamas
Beanies or berets
Berets and bowlers
Items to check
Beaver and beret
They may be cocked
Symbols of office
Busbies, boaters and billycocks
Jobs, so to speak
Noodle toppers
Ring-tossed items?
Responsibilities, figuratively
Boaters and bowlers
Boater and bowler
Toppers
Derbies and boaters
Some Monopoly tokens
Pillbox and Panama
Boaters, e.g.
Items flung by candidates
Beavers and bearskins
Boater and bowler
Stetsons and stovepipes
Bowlers
Party attire
___ off!
They're doffed
Bowler and boater
Bowlers and Stetsons
Jobs, so to speak
Some are hard
Dome toppers?
Pillboxes, e.g.
Pillboxes
Pillboxes, e.g.
Porkpies
Milliner's wares
They're often checked at dinner
Milliner's offering
"My ___ off to you!"
Stetson wares
Boater and sailor
Checked items
Derbies
Pillboxes and porkpies
Panama and pillbox
Noodle toppers?
Billycocks and busbies
They go over your part
Ring sights?
Fedoras
Items at a lost-and-found
Jobs, figuratively
Some ring occupants
Items in the ring
Bretons, e.g.
"___off!" ("Congrats!")
Beaver, boater, and bowler
Ring contents?
Headwear
They're ``cappellsi" in Rome
Rug covers
Haberdasher's wares
Boaters
Vocational identifiers
___ off (gesture of praise)
Dicer and tile
Pillboxes
Sombreros, e.g.
Pillbox and porkpie
Derbies and fedoras
Bowlers or sailors
Easter finery
Things to tip
Stetsons or shakos
November ring occupants
Cloches
Skimmers or sailors
Cloches, e.g.
Derby and fedora
"___ Off to Larry," 1961 Del Shannon hit
Bowler and dicer
Toppers
Tams and derbies
Pate protectors
Cloches or toques
Bowlers, e.g.
Bowlers and dicers
Things thrown into rings
Tin, top, felt and straw followers
Toques
Bowlers and pillboxes
Some are felt
Boaters and beanies
Busby and fez
Brass and old
Chapeaux
Cardinals' are red
Haberdashery items
Lily Daché creations
Red and cocked
Figurative items in a ring
Trilbies
Magicians' props
Brass and high
Headwear
Porkpies
Hedda Hopper's trademarks
Certain ring occupants
Tricorns
Haberdashery buys
Haberdashery
Sailors
Tricornes
Fedoras.
Wearing apparel.
Billycocks.
Straws.
Shakos.
Felts.
Pillboxes.
Porkpies.
Bonnets.
Ten-gallon items.
Toques.
___ off!
Checked items.
"___ off."
Bowlers.
Chapeaux.
Millinery.
Sailors.
Homburgs.
Cloches.
Sombreros.
Biretta, topi, kepi, etc.
Profile models.
Apparel in the ring.
Sailors or boaters.
Pillbox and stovepipe.
Stovepipes.
Usual contents of party crackers.
Clamp or profile creations.
Symbols of candidacy.
Hedda Hopper's specialty.
Currently these are mostly veiling.
Pillboxes, tricorns, leghorns, etc.
Cart wheels, cloches, etc.
Offices of Cardinals.
Headgear.
Head coverings.
Bowler and derby
Jobs, metaphorically
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