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  • n. Plural form of overgarment.


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  • Because my point was to protect him, to protect him from being made todothings, to wear funny overgarments or undergarments or attend services every day or have seven children.

    The Color of Faith

  • In my teens, mum attended sewing classes at the local TAFE college (community college for those in the US) and learned how to make undergarments and overgarments (such as stretchknit pullovers etc).

    A Rich Home Life

  • I can tell you that the use of chemical protective overgarments or chemical protective suits is a protective posture and the decisions for putting it on or taking it off are made by tactical commanders.

    CNN Transcript Apr 7, 2003

  • They have trained with their chemical protective overgarments on and they are accustomed to dealing with the degree of hardship.

    CNN Transcript Apr 6, 2003

  • In a contaminated environment, soldiers do not need to wear protective overgarments or rubber gloves as long as they are protected from direct skin exposure to liquid or solid contamination (transfer hazards).

    FM 7-98 Appendix F - Uses of Mission-Oriented Protectiive Posture

  • Over the threshold came two youths dressed in long vermilion robes and short overgarments of embroidered purple.

    Death in Ecstasy

  • The women were bare-headed, and generally wore a short round skirt, and long basque like overgarments, the two invariably of different, but bright, colors.

    The Free Rangers A Story of the Early Days Along the Mississippi

  • The keys were in the possession of a male guard, who refused to open the gates because the girls were not wearing the correct Islamic dress imposed on women by Saudi law: face veils and overgarments.

    FrontPage Magazine

  • "Macbeth" cast is minus a black military overcoat, a uniform jacket and other overgarments.

    The Daily Illini - The Independent Student Newspaper at the University of Illinois since 1871

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