Mackintosh [noun]

Definition of Mackintosh:

coat for rain

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Sentence/Example of Mackintosh:

She stripped off her mackintosh, as though she were stripping off her modesty, and stood before him revealed.

She closed the stove door with a bang, and approaching, assisted in removing Edna's dripping mackintosh.

In this battle, the English troops, under the command of Major Mackintosh, greatly distinguished themselves.

The crew from the Iris were at once landed at Riga, and only Mackintosh and my father put to sea again.

Yes, I can see the bungalow, and here is a mackintosh-clad figure hastening down the path to greet us.

A fuller exposition of the ethics is given in the Fragment on Mackintosh.

There is scarcely a mention of Mackintosh without an insult.

Mackintosh would have been most at home in a professorial chair.

Wring dry the cotton strip from cold water, and spread it over the mackintosh.

At last the change was completed, the serge suit stowed away under a mackintosh, and we got to shore and began our stalk.