Definition of Stetson

1. Noun. A hat made of felt with a creased crown.

Exact synonyms: Fedora, Felt Hat, Homburg, Trilby
Generic synonyms: Chapeau, Hat, Lid



Definition of Stetson

1. Noun. A type of felt hat with a wide brim, typically worn by cowboys. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Stetson

1. a broad-brimmed high-crowned felt hat -- a trademark [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stetson

stetefeldtite
steth-
stetho-
stethograph
stethographs
stethometer
stethometers
stethoscope
stethoscopes
stethoscopic
stethoscopist
stethoscopists
stethoscopy
stets
stetson (current term)
stetsons
stetted
stetting
steups
stevastelin
steved
stevedore
stevedored
stevedores
stevedoring
steven
stevened
stevensite
stevia

Literary usage of Stetson

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1. American Book Prices Current (1921)
"stetson, A., Apr. 23, '20. (200) $140.00. MS. of "The Birthday of the Little Princess ... (205) $250.00. MS. of "The Grave of Shelley." 1 page, fol. stetson ..."

2. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1911)
"stetson, Mrs. Augusta Emma (Simmons). Christian science and the medical profession. ... stetson, EM Hunting big game In Placer county, California. ..."

3. Vital Issues in Christian Science: A Record of Unsettled Questions which (1914)
"stetson BEFORE THE DIRECTORS OF THE MOTHER CHURCH THE first charges against Mrs. Augusta E. stetson, CSD, were considered in a disciplinary manner by the ..."

4. Vital Issues in Christian Science: A Record of Unsettled Questions which by Mary Baker Eddy (1914)
"stetson BEFORE THE DIRECTORS OF THE MOTHER CHURCH THE first charges against Mrs. Augusta E. stetson, CSD, were considered in a disciplinary manner by the ..."

5. Sunshine and shadow in New York by Matthew Hale Smith (1869)
"Thirty-two years ago Mr. stetson became proprietor of this hotel. ... While on a visit to New York, Mr. stetson took a fancy to the Astor House. ..."

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