manteau

noun
man·teau | \man-ˈtō, ˈman-ˌ \

Definition of manteau 

: a loose cloak, coat, or robe

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Synonyms

cape, cloak, frock, mantle

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Examples of manteau in a Sentence

Muslim women in loose black manteaus.

First Known Use of manteau

1671, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for manteau

French, from Old French mantel

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