- British a loose lightweight coat worn for early open motor-car ridingUS name: duster
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Examples from the Web for dust coat
For 281 I like not Beirut, where one in winter must go about in top-boots, and in a dust-coat in summer.The Book of Khalid
He wore a dust-coat, a cap, and goggles which seemed to be too large for him.The Girl and The Bill
Lays down his dust-coat and driving gloves on a chair, and comes forward.Three Dramas
Bjrnstjerne M. Bjrnson
First, there was a young woman of seventeen or eighteen, wearing a dust-coat and gauntlets.
In the rumble behind, lying partly over the rumble-seat, was a dust-coat.