Examples of overcoat in a Sentence
put your overcoat on—it's freezing out there!
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John Legend's bright red sweater and navy overcoat achieves that goal, and feels festive at the same time.
There were silk pants with fuzzy, furry moccasins, overcoats with easy button-down blouses, and white denim (yes, after Labor Day) with slides and thin silk scarves.
Neoprene, a synthetic rubber invented by DuPont in 1930 and taken up by surfers in the ’50s, caught a wave to dry land in 1989, as an overcoat by Junko Koshino.
Always one to keep her fashion fans on their toes, Jenner turned up in New York today wearing a slouchy overcoat that took its cues from the menswear department.
Though most people look less cartoonish up close the president somehow looks more so: the preposterous hair and the radioactive orange glow and the black overcoat and lumpy cadaverous face.
The sculpture depicts five men with sagging shoulders and hands jammed into their overcoat pockets.
He is charged with stabbing Timothy Caughman in the chest and back with a 26-inch sword pulled from his black overcoat.
The fabrics communicated vim and joy, like the icy blue overcoat that screamed loudly, though not in my size ($2,000).
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