High Hat Definition

hīhăt
high-hats, high-hat
noun
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A snob.
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A pair of opposed cymbals mounted on a metal stand and struck together by a foot-pedal mechanism, used by drummers in jazz, rock, etc. for rhythmic accents.
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The definition of a high hat is slang for a snob, or is a pair of cymbals played by hitting a foot pedal.
An example of a high hat is a person who believes that everyone else is not as good as he is.
An example of a high hat is a pair of cymbals often used in jazz music.
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(slang) A person claiming to be superior.

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verb
To treat snobbishly; snub.
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adjective
Snobbish and aloof.
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The definition of high hat is snobby.
An example of a high hat person is someone who thinks she is better than everyone else.
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Other Word Forms of High Hat

Noun

Singular:
high hat
Plural:
high-hats

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