waistcoat

[ wes-kuh t, weyst-koht ]SEE DEFINITION OF waistcoat
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He had stripped off his coat and waistcoat, and was busily at work in his shirt-sleeves.

He took one, and placed it nonchalantly in his waistcoat pocket, as he had seen the others do.

Levi had taken off his coat and waistcoat and was fanning himself with his hat.

His waistcoat was red, and he wore knee-breeches, but his aspect was flustered.

He will prolong your life and loosen every button on your waistcoat.

What's that I see through the hole in your waistcoat pocket?

Then he shut the door; and I tore my watch from the pocket of my waistcoat.

He drew the dispatch from the inside pocket of his waistcoat.

He has had to come off in his dirty one, with his waistcoat buttoned up.

He was in his shirt-sleeves, his waistcoat unbuttoned and loose.

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