from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A durable, water-repellent, coarse woolen fabric used chiefly for coats and jackets.
- n. A deep olive green.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A thick waterproof cloth used for garments.
- n. A dark green colour, like that of loden cloth.
- adj. Of a dark green colour, like that of loden cloth.
It had a Red Riding Hood thing going, with models dressed in loden and purple, dressed for a hunt in the forrest.
It included a rusty brown outerwear jacket with detachable fur-edged hood; a sleek charcoal cashmere round-necked dress with three-quarter-length sleeves; a loden green zipped jacket worn over a pencil skirt; a navy, three - quarter-length coat with an off-side zipper that was so "Jackie" and wearable and chic.
The first thing you notice is Isaac's great sense of color: luscious deep red, tangerine, pinkberry, loden, beautiful shades of blue and gold.
Evenings are rife with simple black dressing, but day calls for entrance-making loden jackets, cinched at the waist and accented with a puff of fur or a rhinestone-embellished belt.
Yes, loden green and navy blue will be standing front and center on your rack, and they are ideal investments—very slimming too.
He is wearing his loden coat, one of those hooded Tyrolean things of coarse cloth with wooden toggles for buttons.
Probably not, because her body had been found still wearing that loden coat.
She was fully dressed and wearing a green loden coat and she was wrapped in a sheet.
Nadine came walking up Clinton Avenue at midnight, wearing her loden coat and her winter cap.
“Haar,” Papa exhaled, as he saw the gray loden coat of Madame Mallory suddenly disappear around a corner stall.