Propped up in bed, my mackinaw coat over my 'robe de nuit' for warmth, I sit and dream.
He reached in the pocket of his mackinaw coat and took out a handful of sugar.
She pulled aside his mackinaw coat and laid her head upon his breast.
He searched through the pockets of the mackinaw coat, but found nothing that would act as a means to identification.
Don placed a sandwich in each deep pocket of his mackinaw coat, and pushed an apple on top of each.
His trousers were thrust into his boots; the collar of the mackinaw coat he wore at his work was turned up about his throat.
Hollister felt the chill of it through his mackinaw coat and was moved to thought of his companion's comfort.
He had opened his mackinaw coat while running, and now he dropped it to the floor behind him.
type of boat used on the Great Lakes, 1812, from Mackinac, name of a port and island in Michigan, from Ojibway (Algonquian) mitchimakinak "many turtles," from mishiin- "be many" + mikinaak "snapping turtle." As a type of heavy blanket given to the Indians by the U.S. government, it is attested from 1822.