Definition of porkpie hat in English:

porkpie hat

Syllabification: pork·pie hat
Pronunciation: /ˌpôrkˌpī ˈhat
 
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noun

  • A hat with a flat crown and a brim turned up all around.
    More example sentences
    • A pork-pie hat is perched on the back of his head and he has a purple cashmere scarf about his neck, perfectly complementing his indigo suit and dramatically offsetting his burnished skin.
    • He was screaming at him, punching him, whipping him with his pork-pie hat, kicking him in shins; he had to be dragged off him.
    • The crowds at Royal Birkdale warmed to the 34-year-old Taiwanese player and his distinctive pork-pie hat.

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