In the lid of my dressing-case lay my dress-coat, tightly rolled up.
Sutherland's style was that of a gentleman who must wear out his dress-coat.
Twenty-five years, or thereabouts, since Mr. Hinchford had worn a dress-coat, consequently a little behind the fashion just then.
When he wishes, he puts on a dress-coat; when not, he goes so, and all right!
A bargain was at last struck; Paul departed with five dollars in his pocket—his dress-coat was a thing of the past.
He is dressed entirely in black; wearing a dress-coat, and not a frock.
Dine in your frock, my good friend, and welcome, if your dress-coat is in the country.
The breadth of the satin lappets of his dress-coat were most expansive.
Madame lifted the dress-coat, and inspected it with the same feminine closeness as the vest.
Barney grinned at his victim, who was just getting into his dress-coat.