She took the podium in a black McQueen waistcoat embroidered with gold flowers and knee-high leather boots.
At another point he forgot his waistcoat, and sent another man to look for it.
Now, if a coal-mine could be put into one's waistcoat pocket—but it can't!
Then he took his watch and chain from his pocket and slipped it in the waistcoat of the other.
Craig, his coat and waistcoat off, his detachable cuffs on the floor, was burrowing into masses of huge law-books.
I said, as I picked Percy up and placed him reverently in my waistcoat pocket.
Remembering his revolver, the boy reached down and drew it from within his waistcoat, where he had concealed it.
His face was very grave; why, then, did the buttons on his waistcoat shake?
A lambs wool vest, or a second waistcoat may be worn when shooting out-of-doors in cold weather.
"Six-thirty now," he said, and restored the chronometer to his waistcoat pocket.