Definition of fedora in English:

fedora

Line breaks: fe¦dora
Pronunciation: /fɪˈdɔːrə
 
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noun

  • A low, soft felt hat with a curled brim and the crown creased lengthways.
    More example sentences
    • Work a vintage fedora, tam or veiled hat into your wardrobe for a bit of uptown chic.
    • The dancers are dressed unisexly in suits and ties, raincoats and fedoras (the brims pulled down), the colours drab brown or slate.
    • Wearing fedoras and top hats comes back into fashion in 2016.

Origin

late 19th century (originally US): from Fédora, the title of a drama (1882) written by the French dramatist Victorien Sardou (1831–1908).

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