Examples of overcoat in a Sentence
put your overcoat on—it's freezing out there!
Recent Examples of overcoat from the Web
According to The Associated Press, Savvidis walked onto the field twice Sunday, first while wearing an overcoat.
In the book, Mrs. Whatsit — who has gray hair instead of red — first appears wearing a big overcoat, galoshes, and a bunch of scarves.
Savvides, accompanied by bodyguards, walked onto the pitch at Thessaloniki twice on Sunday, once wearing an overcoat, the second time with the coat off and his holster in plain view.
Meanwhile, Khloé, 33, called upon one of her favorite maternity looks — pairing a fitted black number with a long brown fur-like duster overcoat.
The Duchess of Cambridge showed off her baby bump—in a blue Jenny Packham overcoat and dress—during a visit to St. Thomas' Hospital in London.
Parker anchored the look with a heavier top layer—a blue velvet blazer that looked remarkably similar to a certain overcoat Bradshaw wore on a park bench with a certain Russian artist in the HBO series’ sixth and final season.
Their worn overcoats, scarves and gloves seem inadequate protection for their vulnerable humanity.
Then the projector showed a peculiar image, of a man in a faded hat and overcoat.
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First Known Use of overcoat
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Definition of overcoat for English Language Learners
: a long coat that is worn to keep a person warm during cold weather
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