Origin of raglan
Examples from the Web for raglan
And yet one almost shudders to think of Ludlow or Raglan under such conditions.In Unfamiliar England|Thomas Dowler Murphy
Pennefather had his hands full by the time Lord Raglan arrived.The Thin Red Line; and Blue Blood|Arthur Griffiths
As we left the ship's side we gave the master and crew of the 'Raglan' a hearty "three times three."A Boy's Voyage Round the World|The Son of Samuel Smiles
Tintern Abbey and Raglan Castle are fresh in his memory to-day.
Raglan's immortal two guns come into play from the knoll on the distant right, and the tide of battle is turned again.VC -- A Chronicle of Castle Barfield and of the Crimea|David Christie Murray
British Dictionary definitions for raglan (1 of 2)
Word Origin for raglan
British Dictionary definitions for raglan (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for raglan
type of overcoat, 1863, named for British general Lord Raglan (1788-1855), commander of British forces in the Crimean War. The name is from a place in Wales.