- n. Plural form of coat.
“There are lots of old-fashioned sheepskin coats of the now-over-to-John-Motson-at-Anfield variety, perfect if you want to look like John Motson at Anfield.”
“A further element of kintsugi is maki-e, the gradual accumulation of surface effects impressed, as it were, upon the dozens of thin coats of lacquer resin (although I think they are built up by means of the brush), for example a vibrant network of minuscule leaves and flowers.”
“Recycling Zychal upcycles rescued umbrellas into hoods, umbrella dog rain coats, and organic cat nip filled kitty toys.”
“Sure the challenge was meant to help the ladies develop thicker skin, but we're pretty sure being constantly called "dreckitude" by Andre Leon Talley in his ridiculous duvet-cover cape coats is character-building enough.”
“What kind of men are you who arrive rigged out for combat in coats of mail sailing here over the sea-lanes in your steep-hulled boat? or in summary”
“After your several thin coats of paint have dried slap those babies on your wrist and sport them around town.”
“We glimpse him occasionally at the rim of the action, shrouded in coats and wielding an enormous beard.”
“The lions have begun taking off their sheep skin coats!”
“The Mexican team marched the sideline in coats to stay loose in the cold.”
“Everyone else is either in short coats or long sleeves except those two and the one in the upper right looks as though his legs are bare.”
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Several of these words may seem misspelled. I copied them that way from the primary source in which I found the list: Salem Gazette, Thursday, Nov. 29, 1781.
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