Definitions

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  • adjective Wearing a raincoat.

Etymologies

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raincoat +‎ -ed

Examples

  • The public neither knows nor cares about the arcane fit between Labour's general, executive and campaign committees in the constituencies, but unless the party gets the procedure right, the public will never hear its message – and the caricature of members as ageing, raincoated and procedurally obsessed will persist.

    Ed Miliband: The long and winding road | Editorial

  • The public neither knows nor cares about the arcane fit between Labour's general, executive and campaign committees in the constituencies, but unless the party gets the procedure right, the public will never hear its message – and the caricature of members as ageing, raincoated and procedurally obsessed will persist.

    Ed Miliband: The long and winding road | Editorial

  • But wait, maybe that black raincoated figure was Gail.

    Great Dixter-Finale « Fairegarden

  • What a Lovely Day -- If You Were a DuckThree raincoated ex-presidents (including the honoree), President Bush and a crowd apparently made up of 30,000 umbrellas turned up in Little Rock last week for the opening of Bill Clinton's library.

    NEWSMAKERS

  • Our workshop participants chuckle as they picture sleazy, raincoated figures pulling Sexism in School and Society from a shelf, turning to the chapter on curriculum in the hope of something sexy, and tossing the book aside in frustration.

    Failing at FAIRNESS

  • Our workshop participants chuckle as they picture sleazy, raincoated figures pulling Sexism in School and Society from a shelf, turning to the chapter on curriculum in the hope of something sexy, and tossing the book aside in frustration.

    Failing at FAIRNESS

  • Our workshop participants chuckle as they picture sleazy, raincoated figures pulling Sexism in School and Society from a shelf, turning to the chapter on curriculum in the hope of something sexy, and tossing the book aside in frustration.

    Failing at FAIRNESS

  • As such her father was in touch with the KGB, whose black-raincoated agents appeared at the house from time to time to remind him to report all unpatriotic activity within his purview.

    The Miko

  • On the Sha Tin Road Robert Armstrong was looking down at the corpse of John Chen as raincoated police rewrapped it in its blanket, then carried it through the gawking crowds to the waiting ambulance.

    Noble House

  • On the Sha Tin Road Robert Armstrong was looking down at the corpse of John Chen as raincoated police rewrapped it in its blanket, then carried it through the gawking crowds to the waiting ambulance.

    Noble House

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