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He looked as if he had been out in the rain all night without a paletot.
A BOOK OF GHOSTSSABINE BARING-GOULD
This fullness is owing to its being cut in a style like the paletot.
She wore a puce silk paletot, and a brown hat trimmed with black lace; an unbecoming costume for one so tall.
TREVLYN HOLDMRS. HENRY WOOD
With this great symbol, we have adopted others—the hat, the cigar, the paletot or round jacket.
It is hollowed out at the side and back seams, like a lady's paletot, tight over the breast, and fastened with little jet buttons.
A man in a hazel-coloured paletot was walking on the edge of the footpath.
He wore a big paletot wrapped about him, and his face and head were so covered that I could not158 tell what he looked like.
TWENTY YEARS IN EUROPESAMUEL H. M. BYERS
A little bera (servant) strutted about the other day in his master's old paletot.
Suzette would have liked a silken robe, a new bonnet, a paletot, gloves and concomitants unlimited.
BOHEMIAN DAYSGEO. ALFRED TOWNSEND
He came to keep the appointment in a big paletot, lined with red flannel, like the one Sncal used to wear in former days.

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