greatcoat

[greyt-koht]
noun Chiefly British.
a heavy overcoat.

Origin:
1655–65; great + coat

greatcoated, adjective
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greatcoat (ˈɡreɪtˌkəʊt)
 
n
a heavy overcoat, now worn esp by men in the armed forces
 
'greatcoated
 
adj

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The driver, in a blue-and-red greatcoat, dismounted and let down the step.
Even in a season that cries out for greatcoat and galoshes, a big city has to have something special to see.
Wrapping him into the greatcoat slung on his arm and admonishing him to be quiet, he smuggled him up the gangway.
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