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noun as in coat for rain

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Gaining a sense of whether you simply need a raincoat or would benefit from warmer layers and heftier footwear could make or break the safety and comfort of your trip.

She is manufacturing and selling tin raincoats, which come “in bright colors, scarlet, emerald, sapphire, flame” and have sharp cutting edges.

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Lois Ross of Annapolis said that when she attended the University of Maryland in the early to mid-1960s, raincoats were referred to as “barracudas.”

There was room inside to store a raincoat, extra ticket books or a note for the next officer.

If your dog dresses themselves in a raincoat before they go out into the rain, which they’ve smelled, then you should absolutely let your dog wear that raincoat.

She has not worn makeup for two weeks and she wears a black long-sleeved top under a raincoat.

If you choose to say turn down the lights and get out your Mac, your old raincoat, it can become something different.

A Chinese mountaineer held a green raincoat over his waist like an apron, covering his nakedness.

Among his favorite garments were a raincoat, a tweed jacket, and a gray wash denim coat with studded straps.

She stood before the news cameras on the courthouse steps wearing a belted black raincoat in a light drizzle.

A girl smaller than herself, and dressed from neck to heels in a glistening raincoat, ran under Jesss umbrella and seized her arm.

He wore a long, dark gray raincoat, and he had a cap with its long visor pulled well over his face.

After reading, I donned my raincoat and started out through the driving storm to see how Landor's trees were getting on.

Sir Otho went away, enveloped in a long raincoat, and promising to return at the dinner hour.

"I guess they've gone out," he said apologetically to the individual who was hiding his red face in a loose tarpaulin raincoat.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to raincoat, such as: overcoat, slicker, trench coat, mac, mack, and mackintosh.

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