The Marquis was in evening dress and white bow; Gerald, in a dinner-jacket, wore a tea rose in his button-hole.
The Nationalisation of the dinner-jacket would be death to the Agitator.
He was distinguished as ever, his dinner-jacket unruffled, his linen gleaming white in the dying light.
He was in a dinner-jacket, and his black clothes were dusty and disordered.
Suspecting some minor peril, I left the ecarte players, and joined the gentleman in the dinner-jacket.
At last the raven in the dinner-jacket arrived with a note of the amount.
He has assumed a collar and a dinner-jacket, and bustles round with every wish to please his customers.
He stood quite still, but the lapels of his dinner-jacket shook slightly.
Oliver looked at him oddly, put the extinct pipe in his dinner-jacket pocket and rose.
She noticed with some surprise that he was wearing the dinner-jacket and black tie of civilization.