duffle coat

noun
variants: or duffel coat

Definition of duffle coat

: a heavy usually woolen medium-length coat with toggle fasteners and a hood

Examples of duffle coat in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Burberry polo shirt, hoodie, jogging pants and light brown duffle coat, Givenchy hoop earrings, Nike x Off-White Dunk sneakers. WSJ, 5 Mar. 2020 Dan Cohen got his English navy-blue duffle coat in 1971 after spotting it in the window of a J. Press and Co. store in Cambridge, Mass. John Kelly, Washington Post, 28 May 2018 Model Jean Campbell wears a Wales Bonner duffle coat ($2,214) and pants; walesbonner.net. Vogue, 20 Sep. 2017 Model Jean Campbell wears a Wales Bonner duffle coat ($2,214) and pants Vogue, 20 Sep. 2017 Try wearing your black brassiere on top of your Burberry duffle coat, and get back to me. Michael Avedon, Harper's BAZAAR, 28 Aug. 2017 In a mix of pleated chiffon, duffle coats, and alpaca sweaters Lepore played with proportions, mixing in feminine and utilitarian focal points. Liana Satenstein, Marie Claire, 13 Feb. 2014 See More

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First Known Use of duffle coat

1684, in the meaning defined above

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“Duffle coat.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/duffle%20coat. Accessed 10 Aug. 2022.

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