- n. alternative spelling of coat rack.
“If we see Tapper guest spotting on Don Imus's Fox Business News morning program and getting the complete leathery-tongue love-on from the coat-rack cowboy, we'll know something is afoot.”
“Gender conceived of as masculinity and femininity is superimposed upon the ˜coat-rack™ of sex as each society imposes on sexed bodies their cultural conceptions of how males and females should behave.”
“Nicholson calls this ˜the coat-rack view™ of gender: our sexed bodies are like coat racks and “provide the site upon which gender [is] constructed” (1994, 81).”
“You know, the critics in the '60s fell all over themselves praising Jean Luc-Godard and Francois Truffaut for "reinventing" the pulp noir story by using the genre as a coat-rack for exisential musings, but "The Killers" goes them one better, in my opinion.”
“But as he hangs his jacket on the hand-carved coat-rack and rushes toward the wooden stall in back, he doesn't see us.”
“I copied his arrangement, and then was shown my hook on the coat-rack, and the shelf in the room allotted for my books.”
“Her eyes darted to her holster on the coat-rack just inside the kitchen.”
“Paul turned around, twisted one of the handles on the double doors, pulling it open, the moonlight through the big open window spilling into the ante-room, with its chairs, its coat-rack, and its secret.”
“I made haste to deposit the parcel on the shelf of the coat-rack and reached the door just before the women.”
“I shut the door and lifted a tan raincoat from the coat-rack.”
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