witch's hat

witch’s hat

1. A conical roof with an especially steep slope.
2. Same as bonnet roof.
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Make sure you and the kids strike a convincing pose as a gruesome ghoul by picking up your witch's hat (PS1), vampire fangs (PS0.
But as he pushed past Casie she fell off her bike breaking her right forearm at Witch's Hat Park, in Yate, near Bristol.
More recently a Halloween-themed protest saw thousands of signs featuring Joy Seppala in a witch's hat produced to be held up during the clash with Chesterfield.
It was so excruciatingly embarrassing I covered my face in green make-up and pulled a widebrimmed witch's hat far down over my face in the hope no one would recognise me.
Put all the papers into a witch's hat and pass it round the children, who should be sitting in a circle.
I bought her costume from a supermarket, she wanted to go as a witch so she had a witch's hat and a cape and some stripy tights and a sort of long flowy skirt thing.
Will you choose a witch's hat or a set of goggle eyes for your pumpkin?
Musical Witch's Hat (like musical chairs but participants pass around a witch hat instead)
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00) was unable to justify favouritism here last month but he did well to secure second in a race where the winner, Witch's Hat, was never headed.
I don't think a witch's hat or a pumpkin lamp is going to send any kids pagan is it?
Council chiefs have since closed off the Witch's Hat and may eventually remove it.