This fullness is owing to its being cut in a style like the paletot.
He did not seem at all surprised to see Emma in her hat and paletot.
He wore a yellow straw-hat, and a yellowish-gray summer paletot, with yellowish-brown linen trousers.
Play Macbeth in a paletot, perform Othello in "pegtops," and see what effect you will produce!
He looked as if he had been out in the rain all night without a paletot.
Another walking dress consists of pelisse and paletot of Nankin cachmere, the former beautifully embroidered.
But the father pulled back one of the little men by his paletot, gave a grim scowl, and walked away.
paletot of purple velvet, or dark cachmere; a round hat of white satin, the low crown adorned with a long white ostrich feather.
It is hollowed out at the side and back seams, like a lady's paletot, tight over the breast, and fastened with little jet buttons.
Now he is offering a paletot to a huge giant who is going out in the rain.