Definition of Hatboxes

1. Noun. (plural of hatbox) ¹



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Definition of Hatboxes

1. hatbox [n] - See also: hatbox

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hatboxes

hat rack
hat racks
hat shop
hat stand
hat tip
hat tournament
hat tree
hat trees
hat trick
hat tricks
hatable
hatakikomi
hatbands
hatbox
hatboxes (current term)
hatbrush
hatch
hatch, match and despatch
hatch-boat
hatch out
hatchabilities
hatchability
hatchable
hatchback
hatchbacks
hatchboat
hatchboats
hatcheck
hatcheck girl

Literary usage of Hatboxes

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1. The Maybrick Case: A Treatise ... on the Facts of the Case, and of the by Alexander William Macdougall (1891)
"He there saw two bandboxes or hatboxes on the floor at the head of the bed. There was there a little raised place connected with the heating or ventilating ..."

2. The Arena by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1905)
"One remarks that he exacts an additional fifty per cent, for things requiring careful handling, such as animals and hatboxes. We can understand his claim ..."

3. The Necessity for Criminal Appeal: As Illustrated by the Maybrick Case and by Florence Elizabeth Chandler Maybrick, Joseph Hiam Levy (1899)
"Then here is a table ; and here is another table, which stands before the window; and here is the place where the two hatboxes were found of which I have ..."

4. Brazil by Errol Lincoln Uys (2000)
"He removed a roll of lace, ribbons, and three bonnets, then emptied one of the hatboxes and filled it with these items. "My pleasure, Alferes. ..."

5. A New English Grammar, Logical and Historical by Henry Sweet (1900)
"blackbird, hatbox, form their plurals blackbirds, hatboxes, the first elements of these compounds being as incapable of change of form as the first syllable ..."

6. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1829)
"A servant's trunk, hatboxes, tables, dressing-glass and the window-glass, were blown to pieces. In Mrs. Smart's bed-room, the chimney-piece and ..."

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