- n. alternative spelling of lab coat.
“You expect a white labcoat to come from behind the page and point to the screen, and to see "THE ATOM AND YOU" start to show.”
“I got to the pharmacy counter and noticed all the employees had thier usual labcoat attire off and they were sweaty.”
“And of course, Git-Em-Steve-Dave was in full effect, sporting his trademark cowboy hat, LED nametag, and Consumer Reports labcoat.”
“Almost everyone me included drew an old white bloke with a beard in a labcoat.”
“Also, if you don't wear a labcoat like Beekman from Beekman's World, I'll cut you.”
“Next week, the designers get a surprise in the form of new models, and Michael throws down some lukewarm barbs like "labcoat-y" and "double ugly.”
“Plus, maybe I will need a disposable labcoat myself someday.”
“As an ex-Smithsonianite, I can only hope this is a case of the newspaper grossly mis-quoting the labcoat involved. trackback”
“You don't need the guy in the white labcoat unless he's the confederate and there on purpose because the engine is collecting the behavioral data.”
“The ocassional appearance of a man in a labcoat on a film and the odd reference to electromagnetism does not science fiction make.”
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