Beneath his top-coat, evening dress clothed a short and slender figure.
He was drunk enough to leave his top-coat behind him, was he not?
I break the violin in pieces, and have the top-coat cut into a covert-coat.
His top-coat lay where he had last thrown it—across the edge of the berth.
A shout of laughter greeted this ingenuous offer—but it saved my top-coat.
If he had done so by any chance he would not have fitted his man with a top-coat and hat.
Over this he wears a top-coat and round his throat a cache-nez.
Lake Wichikagan has put on its top-coat of the purest Carrara marble.
After which he tossed his “copy” to an office boy and put on his hat and top-coat.
Monsieur—(impatiently)—Marie, give me my top-coat and my cap.