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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Pickering takes the overcoats and hats and goes down stairs.
Of a sudden he forgot all about being a quiet old farm hand and throwing off the torn overcoat began to run across the field.
As the form of Hal Winters disappeared in the dusk that lay over the road that led to Winesburg, he turned and walked slowly back across the fields to where he had left his torn overcoat.
Having buttoned the overcoat round her shoulders he plunged into the webs of vapour which by this time formed veils between the trees.
She smiled squarely into the face of a boy who was hurrying by with his hands buried in his overcoat, his blonde locks bobbing on his youthful temples, and a cheery smile of unconcern upon his lips.
He had no overcoat, and no place to go, and two dollars and sixty-five cents in his pocket, with the certainty that he could not earn another cent for months.
He made no sign of greeting; neither did Mr Verloc, who certainly knew his place; but a subtle change about the general outlines of his shoulders and back suggested a slight bending of Mr Verloc's spine under the vast surface of his overcoat.
In the hope that they would, I kept him loaded, and in the same overcoat pocket, until late in the afternoon, when, being very near my northern destination, and having the compartment to myself, I locked the toy away with considerable remorse for the price I had paid for it.
Glancing in at the door, Rostov saw that the sick and wounded were lying on the floor on straw and overcoats.
She saw him leave the house with his overcoat and return without it, though the day was chill and raw, and promptly she saw his cheeks fill out slightly and the fire of hunger leave his eyes.
He paused a moment, letting his eyes drop from the muffled head of his guest, down along the row of moldy buttons confining the blanket overcoat, to the greenish cowhide boots powdered with snow, which had begun to melt and run along the floor in little rills.
He needed a new overcoat and he was without gloves.
The day after his arrival the prince, in his long overcoat, with his Russian wrinkles and baggy cheeks propped up by a starched collar, set off with his daughter to the spring in the greatest good humor.
Shimerda lighted one of our lanterns and put on his overcoat and fur collar.
The one thing he had not counted on, in entering Madame Olenska's hall, was to find hats and overcoats there.