Coat [noun]

Definition of Coat:

animal hair

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Sentence/Example of Coat:

It sat in my coat pocket and warmed my hand as I boarded Amtrak to go back to Penn Station.

At a height of 62 inches, it’s also roomy enough to hold long garments like coats and dresses without dragging them on the ground.

Since they’re made of rigid material, bugs also have a hard time getting in, making this a great choice for wool blankets and coats.

Male prisoners would usually rip the lining and seams of the coat to shreds, keeping only the outer shell intact.

Train was perfect for this job because his thick coat protected him from plants with spines and prickles.

He is rather tall and narrow, and wears a long abb's coat reaching nearly down to his feet.

You don't mind staying here in the sunshine, I hope, while my coat dries?

Presently he began to shiver so, with some sort of a chill, that I took off my coat and wrapped it round him.

He scratched his head in vexation, sat down, and as he did so, saw that his coat hung also upon the chair.

I queried; and as I asked the question I noticed for the first time the gilt bars on his coat sleeve.