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- n. A coat with short flaps
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A coat with short flaps.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A close-fitting coat with short tails.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a short close-fitting coat
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The matrons wear in addition a skin cut like the tails of the coatee formerly worn by our dragoons.
The face towels had been excellent value and just what Margaret wanted, the space gun for Robby and the rabbit for Jean were highly satisfactory, and that evening coatee was just the thing she herself needed, warm but dressy.
"Wantum coatee," said Mr. Merwin to the sleepy-eyed Oriental who shuffled up with a grunt.
For Jill, in the twinkling of a star, had let fall the enveloping cloak, standing for one second like some exotic bit of statuary in her black billowing satin trousers and infinitesimal coatee over a silver-spangled frothy vest, her great eyes dancing with glee over the face veil.
She took with her only what a native woman of good class would take; she wore a faded old blue and white chequered sarong with a white coatee.
No soldier, who has been reduced to his coatee in a campaign, but must have sighed after his original smock-frock, or any other outer covering that had at least some pretensions to being useful.
The infantry of our own army -- the successors of those noble fellows that walked across Spain -- have no better covering for their backs than the scanty and useless coatee; in this they parade, and in this they are supposed to fight.
As if the world were his, he swung into the bar, where he found two yokels listening to the half-drunken lamentations of a middle-aged, plum-cheeked fellow in a shabby blue livery coatee with shabbier gilt buttons; and even while he was giving his order for a glass of mild, and
Having taken down these notes, Miss Silver sat back in her chair and picked up the pale pink coatee.
Old Mrs. Fairfield appeared, carrying the boy in his little flannel coatee.
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