Definition of Sunbonnet. Meaning of Sunbonnet. Synonyms of Sunbonnet

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Sunbonnet. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Sunbonnet and, of course, Sunbonnet synonyms and on the right images related to the word Sunbonnet.

Definition of Sunbonnet

Sunbonnet
Sunbonnet Sun"bon"net, n. A bonnet, generally made of some thin or light fabric, projecting beyond the face, and commonly having a cape, -- worn by women as a protection against the sun.

Meaning of Sunbonnet from wikipedia

- shop in Paris, 1822 This portrait from 1860 features a bonnet. A calico sunbonnet Many Anabaptist women wear bonnets due to religious beliefs. Under the...
- Sunbonnet Sue is a 1945 American comedy musical film directed by Ralph Murphy and starring Gale Storm, Phil Regan and George Cleveland. The film's composer...
- The Lilac Sunbonnet is a 1922 British silent drama film directed by Sidney Morgan and starring Joan Morgan, Warwick Ward and Pauline Peters. Warwick Ward...
- packaged in a red box featuring the iconic “Sun-Maid Girl” wearing a red sunbonnet and holding a tray of fresh grapes. Sun-Maid raisins are grown in the...
- the bristly langloisia, bristly-calico, Great Basin langloisia or lilac sunbonnets, is a flowering plant, the sole species in the genus Langloisia in the...
- Leibnitzia lyrata, common name Seemann's sunbonnet, is a plant species widespread across much of Mexico and also found in the US states of Arizona and...
- world. Appliqué is used extensively in quilting. "Dresden Plate" and "Sunbonnet Sue" are two examples of traditional American quilt blocks that are constructed...
- Chaptalia albicans, the white sunbonnet, is a plant species native to Mexico, Central America and the West Indies. It is known from Jamaica, Cuba, Guatemala...
- Nixon Cox – Sugarfoot Edward F. Cox – Seminole Julie Nixon EisenhowerSunbonnet Gerald Ford – P****key or P**** Key Betty Ford – Pinafore Susan Ford – Panda...
- Chaptalia tomentosa, common name pineland daisy, is a plant species native to the southeastern United States. It has been reported from southern Alabama...
Loading...