over-coat

[ noun oh-ver-koht; verb oh-ver-koht, oh-ver-koht ]SEE DEFINITION OF over-coat
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVER-COAT

He flung off discouragement as if it had been an over-coat too warm for that weather.

You must hold it in your hand, or leave it with your over-coat in the anteroom.

He admits that Miss Pewsey told him the tie was in the over-coat pocket.

One of the side pockets of his over-coat appearing somewhat distended, I commenced my investigations with that.

I hastily dressed, and each of us put on an old Army over-coat, for the morning was foggy and chilly.

Top-coats are very frequent in England, in America nothing is known higher than an over-coat.

There are four kinds of coats which he must have: a morning-coat, a frock-coat, a dress-coat, and an over-coat.

My carpet-bag was between my feet, and my over-coat in the rack above my head.

There are four kinds of coats which he must have: a business coat, a frock-coat, a dress-coat, and an over-coat.

Robert thought father would not have been quite so funny about his keeping his over-coat on if father had known all the truth.