- a vest or waistcoat.
Origin of weskit
First recorded in 1855–60; phoneticized spelling of waistcoat
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Examples from the Web for weskit
That there weskit and them boots would about do for the present.The New Forest Spy
George Manville Fenn
The shaving was finished at last and the homespun “weskit” donned.The Arena
Dis heah coat and weskit nuver did you no favor anyways—I hear Miss Marg'ret talkin' 'bout it de fust time you ever put 'em on."George Washington's" Last Duel
Thomas Nelson Page
If I may be so bold, kind sir, what's the price of that pecooler kind of weskit you wear, incloodin trimmins?
Sayin which the eccentric female whirled her umbreller round several times, & finally jabbed me in the weskit with it.
- an informal word for waistcoat
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