Mr. Bush turned to me and urgently said he needed his overcoat.
I have an overcoat I bought in Jermyn Street in London three years ago.
That night, he heads out into the bitter cold in a suit and overcoat to make his rounds of a sleepy neighborhood down the road.
Your overcoat will conceal it in the street, and at the office the older the clothes the better.
He threw his overcoat into a chair, and touched the brass knobs behind the door.
Half an hour he talked to me in the vain endeavour to talk me out of the overcoat.
Alexander put on his overcoat and took the superintendent by the arm.
And, Steelman's heart being warmed by his successes, he lent the overcoat.
And, seeing that Claude was putting on his overcoat again, he asked: 'Are you going?'
He turned quickly, snatched his overcoat from a nail in the hall and put it on.