Trilby

A trilby hat (commonly called a trilby) is a narrow-brimmed type of hat. The trilby was once viewed as the rich man`s favored hat; it is sometimes called the `brown trilby` in England and is frequently seen at the horse races. The London hat company Lock and Co. describes the trilby as having a `shorter [viz., narrower] brim which is angled do...
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Trilby

noun singer in a novel by George du Maurier who was under the control of the hypnotist Svengali
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Trilby

[ballet] Trilby is a ballet in 2 acts and 3 scenes, with choreography by Marius Petipa and music by Yuli Gerber. Libretto by Marius Petipa, based on the 1822 novella Trilby, ou le lutin d`Argail by Charles Nodier, first presented by the Ballet of the Moscow Imperial Bolshoi Theatre on January 25/February 6 (Julian/Gregorian calendar dates),...
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Trilby

[play] Trilby is a stage play based on the 1895 novel Trilby by George du Maurier. The novel was adapted into a long-running play starring Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree as Svengali and Dorothea Baird in the title role at the Haymarket Theatre in London in October 1895. The role of Svengali was originally created by American actor Wilton Lackaye...
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Trilby

A trilby is a soft felt hat with a narrow brim, brushed surface and an indented crown, which evolved from the soft sporting hats of the late 18th and early 19th century.
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Trilby

The Trilby is a soft felt hat, usually made of fur felt (rabbit) it has a dented crown and flexible brim, the shape originates from the Austrian Tyrol it usually had a small feather trimming.
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Trilby

Trilby is slang for feet.
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