Word "TRILBY" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a hat made of felt with a creased crown
Synonyms:
fedora, felt hat, homburg, stetson

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
singer in a novel by George du Maurier who was under the control of the hypnotist Svengali

Crossword Clues for TRILBY

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Soft felt hat The Guardian Speedy 24 Oct 2021
Hat named after a George du Maurier character The Times Specialist Sunday 10 Oct 2021
Soft felt hat Premier Sunday 15 Aug 2021
Headgear style The Sun Two Speed 30 Mar 2021
Attempt to secure one pound for hat The Sun Two Speed 30 Mar 2021
The singer under the control of the hypnotist Svengali Irish Times Simplex 02 Jun 2020
Quivering sound curtailed by singer in novel The Telegraph Toughie 27 May 2020
Leaves from livery stable with O'Ferrall's novel headgear Irish Times Crosaire 28 Apr 2020
Hat The Telegraph Quick 30 Aug 2019
Hat named after a George du Maurier novel of 1894 The Times Specialist Sunday 23 Jun 2019
Style of hat The Times Concise 18 Apr 2019
One pound in tax? It'll go over your head The Telegraph Toughie 04 Dec 2018
Hat named after the eponymous heroine of a George du Maurier novel of 1894 The Times Specialist Sunday 30 Sep 2018
Fedora lookalike Newsday 21 Sep 2018
Felt hat The Telegraph Quick 26 Sep 2017
Attempt to secure one pound for hat The Telegraph Toughie 30 Mar 2017
Hear about the Italian bishop's hat The Telegraph Cryptic 02 Mar 2017
Attempt to secure one pound for a hat The Telegraph Cryptic 07 Feb 2017
Fedora-like hat Eugene Sheffer 12 Oct 2015
Soft felt hat The Telegraph Quick 21 Mar 2015
Soft felt hat with an indented crown
English hat similar to a fedora
Narrow-brimmed fedora
Narrow-brimmed fedora
Hat of soft felt worn in London
Soft felt hat
1894 novel.
Role for Hildegarde Neff.
Novel by Du Maurier, 1894.
George du Maurier's heroine.
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