from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A short double-breasted coat of heavy woolen material, in form resembling a short top-coat.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A thick loose double-breasted woolen jacket, or coat, commonly worn by sailors in cold weather; a pea-jacket.
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- noun Alternative spelling of
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun a sailor's heavy woolen double-breasted jacket
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I didn't know what a "peacoat" was until I got here - and fitting a coat is utterly different from fitting a shirt or jacket.
A young woman in a red peacoat glances up at the display in horror.
He's decked out in a blue button-up, jeans and a peacoat, and packaged with an exclusive Cullen family crest.
At men's fashion week in Milan and Paris, an emerging trend is brightly colored overcoats, including a pink peacoat at Jil Sander and raspberry and mustard-yellow overcoats at Burberry and Bottega Veneta.
Hail our life, our sweetness, and our hope that soon his month on dry land would be up, and he would return to the rigs, his gear packed in the kitbag, his peacoat buttoned to the collar.
Wearing a dark peacoat and a flowing denim skirt down to her toes, a white scarf covering her hair, she smiled as she surveyed the massive crowd.
I loved when she was on the net and it said the gray peacoat … GOOD JOBI also saw a really funny parody posted on twihard and thirty i was laughing so hard i cried.
If you prefer not to wear a full-length coat, consider a peacoat-style rain jacket in water-repellent fabric or shiny vinyl.
As it got colder, he started showing up in more layers, a brown corduroy suitcoat, then a black peacoat.
She was wearing a yellow peacoat, red lipstick, and had her hair pinned back in a wave.