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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GREATCOAT

Thereupon a man in a greatcoat, a landowner of La Palud, stepped forward.

"Oh, not at all, not at all;" and he wrapped his greatcoat over his knees.

He was a burly Englishman, wrapped snugly in the folds of a greatcoat.

And throwing his greatcoat over his shoulders, Joshua went out.

He reached for his greatcoat, bringing out a brown-paper parcel.

He could not have seen that I have a watch on, for my greatcoat is buttoned.

He went out again into the passage to hang up his greatcoat.

His hands trembled so that he could not even unbutton his greatcoat.

He then moved towards the door, putting on his greatcoat as he walked along.

In a moment Mr. Traill was inside his own greatcoat, storm boots and bonnet.

WORD ORIGIN

"large, heavy overcoat," 1660s, from great + coat (n.).

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