overcoat


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Synonyms for overcoat

a heavy coat worn over clothes in winter

an additional protective coating (as of paint or varnish)

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His travelling overcoat was divided into two unequal parts, and his trousers resembled those of certain Indians, which fit less compactly than they are easy to put on.
I had got ready long beforehand a good shirt, with white bone studs; my overcoat was the only thing that held me back.
The "old man," of course, was his captain, who just then came on deck in a silk hat and brown overcoat, and, with a civil nod to us, went ashore.
I threw off an overcoat, took an arm-chair by the crackling logs, and awaited patiently the arrival of my hosts.
Further observation was prevented by the rough overcoat which was belted close to his form by a worsted sash, much like the one worn by the old hunter.
When we climbed to the top we spied that very Stanley, who had given me all this trouble, sitting on a rock with his face in his hands, and his overcoat hanging loose about him.
That Cheyne boy's the biggest nuisance aboard," said a man in a frieze overcoat, shutting the door with a bang.
He pulled off a light overcoat that he had worn, and put it round her tenderly.
That night I left this case in my room, locked, and the key in my waistcoat pocket; in the right-hand side-pocket of my overcoat I carried my Deane and Adams, loaded in every chamber; also my right hand, as innocently as you could wish.
Higgins, in evening dress, with overcoat and hat, comes in, carrying a smoking jacket which he has picked up downstairs.
Bert felt acutely cold, but he wasn't mountain-sick; he put on the coat and overcoat and gloves Butteridge had discarded--put them over the "Desert Dervish" sheet that covered his cheap best suit--and sat very still for a long, time, overawed by the new-found quiet of the world.
Close to the corner, on an overcoat, sat an old, unshaven, gray-bearded soldier as thin as a skeleton, with a stern sallow face and eyes intently fixed on Rostov.
So that her knowledge that Martin was so poor that he had pawned his watch and overcoat did not disturb her.
A young man in light overcoat and derby hat received a glance shot keenly from the eyes of the girl.
But when a long old man in a blanket overcoat, his head tied up in a handkerchief and nearly his entire face in a muffler, wearing green goggles and with a complexion of glittering whiteness where it could be seen, strode silently into the room, laying a hard, gloved hand on Mr.