from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Wearing an ulster.


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  • But do what he would, back came his gaze to the same brown-ulstered traveler.

    Christopher and the Clockmakers

  • Dick's eyes were full of joy when he made his appearance next morning and saw Maisie, gray-ulstered and black-velvet-hatted, standing in the hallway.

    The Light That Failed

  • What there was to be afraid of in the appearance of the little ulstered man who stood there with his hands in his pockets I cannot for the life of me tell, but there was no doubt as to the consternation he produced in the midst of this erstwhile jovial crowd.


  • In ten minutes I was down in the dining-room, where, beside a spluttering fire, the brothers, both heavily booted and ulstered, were drinking coffee by candle-light.

    The Danvers Jewels, and Sir Charles Danvers

  • The sound of wheels summoned Lady Merrifield and her brother from the place of mystery, and they were in the hall when a fresh gust of keen air came in from the door, an ulstered figure hurried in, and something small and furred was put into the lady's embrace.

    The Two Sides of the Shield


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