Jackets [noun]

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Fill its 18 liters of ripstop nylon with snacks and layers for a day hike, a camera and a jacket for running around town, or a bunch of groceries.

For its winter collection, Infantium Victoria is introducing the Weganool in a hoodie, a baby jacket and a cape.

That was the Before Times, of course, when a sharp-shouldered jacket and fitted trousers were daily workwear.

He told me how he’d walk around his “bad neighborhood” in Redwood City with a loaded pistol in his jacket pocket.

Then, as the melancholy music picks up, we see young adults slipping on their jackets and leaving their homes.

Besides the impact on honeybees, then, they might have an impact on native yellow jackets.

During this conversation Harry's right hand was resting beneath his jacket, grasping the butt of his revolver.

He was so zealous a partisan of democracy, and of Cromwell, that the authorities frequently placed him in a straight jacket.

The farmer told him it was six miles; "but," he added, "you must ride sharp, or you will get a wet jacket before you reach it."

“Monsieur,” said the Comte de Lussigny with dignity, stuffing his winnings into his jacket pocket.