GNU Webster's 1913
- n. clothing for use outdoors.
- n. clothing for use outdoors
“Then Liz took off her overclothes and appeared in that dress.”
“The sightings now seem to be coming from everywhere — Elizabeth Smart, disguised in wigs and veils, glasses and shapeless overclothes, at parties, at stores, walking a public street in broad daylight.”
“By now the oversized feet had been noticed by many in the crowd, but that didn't lessen the gasp of surprise that filled the room when all seven divested themselves of their overclothes.”
“Flandry scrambled back into the overclothes he had shucked while working.”
“The package was heavy, but I must carry it lightly under my arm, as if it were only overclothes.”
“She told him she liked him better than any of the town boys; his calling was noble enough and hard enough; but she failed to see her ideal hero in a man with blue overclothes on and cinders in his ears.”
“He was small, but wiry, and had evidently come prepared for business, as he had some overclothes under his arm and a pair of buckskin gloves.”
“By this means men can be given their baths in batches of fifty or one hundred, give up their overclothes on entrance and receive the same prior to their departure.”
“It was late in April, when there is always the risk of getting wet through the ice, so that I was carefully prepared with spare outfit, which included a change of garments, snow-shoes, rifle, compass, axe, and oilskin overclothes.”
“Then he had a flitting glimpse of a man in grimy overclothes scrambling terror-frenzied from beneath the Rosemary.”
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