From hat + -er.
(third-person singular simple present hatters, present participle hattering, simple past and past participle hattered)
From an English dialect word, meaning "to entangle"; compare Low German verhaddern, verheddern, verhiddern.
- A roller coaster fanatic may think the Mad Hatter Tea Party is boring, even though a 7-year-old may beg to differ.
- Costumes for characters like the Mad Hatter and White Rabbit can be contrived easily using thrift-store finds.
- Ask a decorator to create a custom-designed mad hatter wedding cake, with wavy layers and wild colors.
- Topsy-turvy cakes, also known as mad hatter cakes, are one trend for adventurous brides and grooms.
- If you are a Red Hatter, you'll want a tote bag featuring a red hat to carry to get-togethers.