the first coat of paint applied to a prepared surface
a plain short coat that hangs loosely from the shoulders
a short man's coat, designed to be worn when driving a car
the long tapering tails at the back of a man's tailed coat
See clothes tree
a coat made from animal fur
a lightweight, usually white coat, worn to protect clothing when working in a laboratory
a coat made of mink fur
A pea coat or a pea jacket is a short, double-breasted overcoat made of wool and worn especially by sailors .
a tailored overcoat of camel's hair or similar fabric
a man's loosefitting, straight-backed coat
the outer layer or coating of a seed
a man's black coat having a horizontal cut over the hips and a tapering tail with a vertical slit up to the waist : worn as part of full evening dress
a coat of arms
The coat check at a public building such as a theater or club is the place where customers can leave their coats, usually for a small fee .
a lightweight button-through garment that can be worn either as a dress or as a coat
A coat hanger is a curved piece of wood, metal, or plastic that you hang a piece of clothing on.
A pocket is a kind of small bag which forms part of a piece of clothing, and which is used for carrying small things such as money or a handkerchief .
Coat-tails are the two long pieces at the back of a → tailcoat .
a short topcoat worn for hunting
a man's formal tailcoat with a cutaway skirt
A duffel coat is a heavy coat with a hood and long buttons that fasten with loops .
a knee-length, hooded coat made of duffel or other wool cloth
a woman's loose summer coat with wide sleeves and no buttons, popular in the mid-20th century
A frock coat was a long coat that was worn by men in the 19th century.
a short, lightweight Japanese coat worn with a narrow sash over regular clothes, as to protect them from soiling
A sport coat is a man's jacket . It is worn on informal occasions with pants of a different material.
a man's informal jacket, made esp of tweed : worn with trousers of different material
to coat or cover with sugar
A trench coat is a type of raincoat with pockets and a belt. Trench coats are often similar in design to military coats.
a white coat worn over everyday clothes by a doctor in a hospital or a scientist
provocative or contentious writing, speech, behavior, etc.
a man's coat cut diagonally from the front waist to the back of the knees
a coat worn by men in India, similar to but shorter than a sherwani
an ornamental species of pigweed ( Amaranthus tricolor ) having red, yellow, and green upper leaves
a thick short double-breasted plaid coat
a short coat for a baby
a cutaway frock coat, part of morning dress
a type of woman's coat, first fashionable in the 1930s, that flares out loosely from the shoulders, esp one that is three-quarter-length
coat of arms:
The coat of arms of a family, town, or organization is a special design in the form of a shield that they use as a symbol of their identity .
coat of mail:
a protective garment made of linked metal rings ( mail ) or of overlapping metal plates ; hauberk
on the coat:
the act or an instance of performing a play, piece of music, etc
A topcoat is a coat that you wear over your other clothes .
trail one's coat:
to invite a quarrel by deliberately provocative behaviour
a second coat of plaster, somewhat finer than the first coat, applied over the entire surface and on which the drawing for the fresco is done
a casual jacket or shirt having four patch pockets and a belt
a waist-length jacket with a V-shaped back, open in front, formerly worn by pupils of Eton College
A greatcoat is a long thick coat that is worn especially as part of a uniform .