Along Broadway men picked their way in ulsters and umbrellas.
It looks that way, replied Dick, feebly; but may be its only the—the ulsters.
Coats, ulsters, and other wraps, cause far more colds than they prevent.
It was very chilly, and they put on their ulsters and sat in a row on the terrace, waiting.
It was a good three miles, and in their ulsters, and weighted with their brown-paper parcels, the boys made slow progress.
It was a bitter night, so we drew on our ulsters and wrapped cravats about our throats.
Then we put on our ulsters and hoods, and slipped out of the house just as the rising-bell was ringing.
The mistake was venial, for the young amazons in their ulsters and hard hats presented a decidedly masculine appearance.
In Eastern Asia Minor they are well clothed in dark blue braided uniforms, and have ulsters in addition for cold weather.
He occupies the place, but he doesn't fill it, and he has guests from the neighbouring inns with ulsters and Baedekers.