- an outer garment.
Origin of overgarment
Examples from the Web for overgarment
Historical Examples of overgarment
The overgarment seems to have consisted almost wholly of fringes, leaving the right arm free.History of Ancient Art
Franz von Reber
Shirt′-sleeve, the sleeve of a shirt; Shirt′-waist, a woman's overgarment or blouse, coming to the waist and belted there.
Mrs. Lathrop took a fresh wind-about of her overgarment, and prepared to hold her tongue more tightly than ever.Susan Clegg and a Man in the House
- any garment worn over other clothes, esp to protect them from wear or dirt