Kermit hunted industriously and brought in an occasional armadillo, coati, or agouti for the naturalists.
The gases decompose in the tube and form the coati ng layers on the fuel kernels.
Furthermore, its galvanized zinc coati building resources.
British Dictionary definitions for coati
noun (pl) -tis, -dis
any omnivorous mammal of the genera Nasua and Nasuella, of Central and South America: family Procyonidae, order Carnivora (carnivores). They are related to but larger than the raccoons, having a long flexible snout and a brindled coat
C17: from Portuguese coatì, from Tupi, literally: belt-nosed, from cua belt + tim nose