Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A trademark for a warm outer jacket having close-fitting, often elastic, cuffs and waistband.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a kind of heavy jacket (`windcheater' is a British term)

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Examples

  • He’d dressed that morning in a pair of jeans and running shoes and a Hawaiian shirt, and he carried a light jacket, a kind of Windbreaker, to drape over his left forearm to conceal the missing hand.

    The Fourth Hand

  • If we go out at night, a Windbreaker ® type jacket is all that is needed to be comfortable.

    Cuernavaca

  • If we go out at night, a Windbreaker ® type jacket is all that is needed to be comfortable.

    Cuernavaca

  • If we go out at night, a Windbreaker ® type jacket is all that is needed to be comfortable.

    Cuernavaca

  • If we go out at night, a Windbreaker ® type jacket is all that is needed to be comfortable.

    Cuernavaca

  • If we go out at night, a Windbreaker ® type jacket is all that is needed to be comfortable.

    Cuernavaca

  • If we go out at night, a Windbreaker ® type jacket is all that is needed to be comfortable.

    Cuernavaca

  • If we go out at night, a Windbreaker ® type jacket is all that is needed to be comfortable.

    Cuernavaca

  • If we go out at night, a Windbreaker ® type jacket is all that is needed to be comfortable.

    Cuernavaca

  • WATERLOO, Belgium—You'd expect to find a 50-year-old British lord debating matters of national importance on the red leather benches of Parliament, not sleeping in bus shelters and walking along highways in a bright red Windbreaker.

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