A stiff hat made of straw with a flat crown.
You'd look nice starring round in leghorn and forget-me-nots, now, wouldn't you?
And the leghorn, unsuited to trials of wind and weather, was left at home.
Let me get on my cloak and leghorn bonnet.
She had a new hat, too, a leghorn flat with pale pink roses on it.
Milly's old leghorn, I declare, and my pink feathers.
Through that service I worshipped her golden braids and the pink roses on her leghorn hat.
They had reached the town square, a pleasant cobbled district bounded by tall aboriginal leghorn trees.
One trimmed simply with rosettes of ribbon, the other a broad-brimmed leghorn with a wreath of forget-me-nots.
A leghorn hat, trimmed with shells and dried nuts, sat coquettishly upon her masses of raven hair.
She had on a wide leghorn hat, and carried a basket and scissors as though to gather flowers.
The large leghorn bonnet which Mrs. Webster wore on that eventful journey hangs in my collection of old relics.
Vehicles were parked in neat ranks under the rows of leghorn trees that circled the outer edge of the square.
Everyone was dressed up to the nines, high-heeled shoes, muslin frocks with blue sashes, large leghorn hats with drooping roses.
And when he made a sudden dash for the pink rose in her leghorn hat, she didn't mind it at all.
The Callaways had a four-room house on Hatty Street, with a garden full of dahlias and a brood of leghorn chickens.
She turned then so that her face was in profile, so that a gleam of hair showed under a wide leghorn hat.