verb (used with object)
- overcoat, the,
Origin of overcoat
Examples from the Web for overcoat
I have an overcoat I bought in Jermyn Street in London three years ago.Lev Grossman’s Weird Phobia: ‘How I Write’ Interview|Noah Charney|June 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
That night, he heads out into the bitter cold in a suit and overcoat to make his rounds of a sleepy neighborhood down the road.
Mr. Bush turned to me and urgently said he needed his overcoat.
Mr. Force got up, took an overcoat from a hook on the wall and hung it against the door.Her Mother's Secret|Emma D. E. N. Southworth
Sir Geoffry threw back his overcoat from his wasted form as he sat down.Johnny Ludlow, Second Series|Mrs. Henry Wood
The result is that I become like a winter overcoat just emerging from moth-balls rather than hurt his feelings.The Smiling Hill-Top|Julia M. Sloane
Each of us had the regular double army blanket and overcoat.The Awakening of the Desert|Julius C. Birge
She leaned against the wall and her father's overcoat brushed her face.A Girl Of The Limberlost|Gene Stratton Porter