And the Coroner sided with the price of coals, because he had three top-coats on.
Every fellow looks large with a couple of top-coats on, and a huge-wrapper round his throat.
Top-coats are very frequent in England, in America nothing is known higher than an over-coat.
The boarders rushed to the rescue with cups of tea and coffee, pitchers of water and milk, rugs and top-coats.
That is why I don't allow students to carry violins under their top-coats to inns, under any circumstances.
Such passengers as were still making their rounds were doing so determinedly, in sweaters or top-coats.
You may remember, Monsieur, that Tuesday was cold, but all his top-coats were found in their proper places.
The sun rose higher, without a breath of wind from over the prairies, and one after another the men removed their top-coats.