The frock-coat should be ample and loose, and a tall well-built man may throw it back.
He wears a frock-coat, buttoned at the waist and soup-splashed at the lapels.
But if a gentleman puts on a top hat and a frock-coat, and then goes about on his hands and knees—well, he may attract attention.
He wore a frock-coat, a very shiny hat, and he read the Times in the train.
A tall, dark man in a frock-coat emerged from a door at the back of the office and inquired what he could do for me.
His frock-coat, cravat and waistcoat were invariably of black.
He was a person about forty years of age, and wore a frock-coat of doubtful cleanliness.
On such occasions he was scrupulous in assuming a frock-coat and a silk hat.
Human nature under the frock-coat of civilisation is much the same as under the capa of the Tehuelche.
In spite of the thermometer he gave no appearance of discomfort in his frock-coat.