Definitions

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

  • adjective covered with dark hair

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The street was almost empty, only a few dark-coated figures on the sidewalks turning to stare after the car.

    Wonder Woman and the Lasso of Truth

  • Because he was dark-coated as Triell had been, and not much bigger than my lost brother, I felt I had known the smallpup for longer than a day.

    Promise of the Wolves

  • The dark-coated German Shepherd dog Rin Tin Tin made his first film in 1923 and was the world's biggest box-office draw by 1926.

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  • Because he was dark-coated as Triell had been, and not much bigger than my lost brother, I felt I had known the smallpup for longer than a day.

    Promise of the Wolves

  • Because he was dark-coated as Triell had been, and not much bigger than my lost brother, I felt I had known the smallpup for longer than a day.

    Promise of the Wolves

  • All else would be there to follow and commemorate — soldiers, sailors, foreign princes, half-masted bunting, tolling bells, and above all the surging, great, dark-coated crowd, with perhaps a simple sadness here and there deep in hearts beneath black clothes put on by regulation.

    In Chancery

  • Even Wolfie with his sharp sight could barely make out the dark-coated figures against the black of the serried trunks, and he wondered if the lady, too, was a magician.

    Fox Evil

  • Jack stiffened as a dark-coated gentleman stepped around the country dame to accost Sophie.

    A Lady of Expectations

  • Jack stiffened as a dark-coated gentleman stepped around the country dame to accost Sophie.

    A Lady of Expectations

  • At the corner of her vision, she thought she saw a dark-coated figure move toward the door.

    War for the Oaks

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