- a loose-fitting, one-piece work garment, consisting of a trouserlike portion and a top with or without sleeves, worn over other clothing.
- overalls for women.
Origin of coverall
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Examples from the Web for coverall
He took off his coverall and stuffed it back through the valve into the tank.Triplanetary
Edward Elmer Smith
"Not at all," Barrent said, his hand near the coverall zipper beneath which lay his needlebeam.The Status Civilization
Under the dark blue I-A field cape, Orne's coverall uniform fitted his once muscular frame like a deflated bag.Operation Haystack
Frank Patrick Herbert
Standing there, head back searching the sky, she managed to be beautiful even in the formless Pyrran coverall.The Ethical Engineer
Henry Maxwell Dempsey
So when MacHeath stopped suddenly and patted at his coverall pockets, Griffin was ready for the words that came next.Psichopath
Gordon Randall Garrett
- a thing that covers something entirely
- (usually plural) protective outer garments for the body