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Undhlawafa and a few others were also mounted, and then came a string of followers, clad mostly in a long military surtout.
FORGING THE BLADESBERTRAM MITFORD
De la poigne et des formes, cried the stout general, de la poigne surtout.
SMOKETURGENEV IVAN SERGEEVICH
He was dressed in a light brown surtout coat, and striped yellow waistcoat; his hair plainly dressed, and without powder.
He wore the old familiar gray surtout, the well-known cocked hat, and a tricolor cockade.
THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTEWILLIAM MILLIGAN SLOANE
Votre cause me paroisoit celle des honntes gens et surtout celle des amis de la philosophie.
The evening being warm, I had undressed me and put on a thin camlet surtout over my waistcoat.
GRANDFATHER'S CHAIRNATHANIEL HAWTHORNE
This was originally: ‘Being dressed in a tightish blue surtout.’
THE PROBLEM OF 'EDWIN DROOD'W. ROBERTSON NICOLL
Underneath his long surtout Tugs and tears each crazy brute.
PLISH AND PLUMWILHELM BUSCH
Datchery wore “a tightish blue surtout, with a buff waistcoat and grey trousers; he had something of a military air.”
I wrapped myself up in an old surtout, and slouched my hat over my face.

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