over-coats

[ noun oh-ver-koht; verb oh-ver-koht, oh-ver-koht ]SEE DEFINITION OF over-coats
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Presently Picton burst out like a flower on deck, in a mass of over-coats, with an India-rubber mackintosh by way of calyx.

Lorimer gladly assented—they got their over-coats from the officious Briggs, tipped him handsomely, and departed arm in arm.

They are going to stay away, too, I think, for they have taken their over-coats.