1. noun
A device used to store hats upon. Usually made of wood and standing at least five foot tall, they have a single pole making up most of the height, with a sturdy base to prevent toppling, and an array of lengthy pegs at the top for placement of hats.
Syn: coatstand, hatrack, coatrack
Crazy, insane.

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