noun, plural man·teaus, man·teaux [man-tohz, man-tohz] /ˈmæn toʊz, mænˈtoʊz/. Obsolete.
Origin of manteau
Related Words for manteaushawl, mantle, mask, camouflage, veneer, coat, raincoat, wrap, cape, capote, cope, cloak, wrapper, cardinal, poncho, gabardine, tippet, pelisse, Vandyke, mantilla
Examples from the Web for manteau
Historical Examples of manteau
Manteau of light brown cashmere, trimmed with velvet of the same color; closed up in front by four large brandebourgs.
Tilting harness probably made by Helmschmid; espaliers, manteau d'armes, coude, left cuisse and colleret missing.The Business of Life
Robert W. Chambers
Manteau of India muslin, trimmed with a broad frill, the embroidering of which corresponds with the flowers of the dress.
Manteau de brocart a fleurs dOr doubl de pluche couleur de feu.Origin and Early History of the Fashion Plate
John L. Nevinson
It was in last October; I know it was, because I had just received my winter manteau,—my blue velvet one, with the fur bands.'The Bow of Orange Ribbon
Amelia E. Barr
noun plural -teaus (-təʊz) or French -teaux (-to)
Word Origin for manteau
"cloak, mantle," 1670s, from French manteau, from Old French mantel (see mantle).