Definition of Heavy-coated

1. Adjective. Wearing a heavy coat. "Heavy-coated policemen astride noble horses"

Similar to: Clad, Clothed



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Heavy-coated

heavies
heaviest
heavily
heavily traveled
heaviness
heavinesses
heaving
heaving line bend
heaving line bends
heavings
heavisome
heavy
heavy(a)
heavy(p)
heavy-armed
heavy-coated (current term)
heavy-duty
heavy-duty vehicle
heavy-footed
heavy-handed
heavy-handedly
heavy-handedness
heavy-hearted
heavy-laden
heavy-lifting
heavy-set
heavy-tailed
heavy chain
heavy chain disease
heavy cream

Literary usage of Heavy-coated

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1. Headache and Its Materia Medica by Benoni F. Underwood (1889)
"There is also nausea, heavy coated tongue, and bilious vomiting. The patient has a desire for brandy, which sometimes relieves the headache as well as the ..."

2. Dogdom: Monthly (1920)
"8M: Ibs.. massive head and bone, heavy coated, dark red. Also seven months puppies for sale, very small reds. Mrs. FH Marshall. 2621 Tuscarawas St.. ..."

3. The Bookman (1897)
"The volume is a large folio, 12x18 inches, printed on heavy coated paper, most attractively bound, each book being enclosed in a box stamped with a design ..."

4. Chapters on Papermaking by Clayton Beadle (1907)
"From the fact of the printed matter being on the enamel only (at least with heavy coated papers), and the enamel being so readily removed by moisture, ..."

5. Chapters on Papermaking by Clayton Beadle (1907)
"From the fact of the printed matter being on the enamel only (at least with heavy coated papers), and the enamel being so readily removed by moisture, ..."

6. Cyclopedia of American Agriculture: A Popular Survey of Agricultural by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1908)
"... rough- and heavy-coated Sheep-dogs in other European and Asiatic countries than England, which, however, have long tails. It is one of the oldest breeds ..."

7. The Book Buyer by Charles Scribner's Sons (1896)
"The volume is a large folio, 12 x 18 inches, printed on heavy coated paper, most attractively bound, each book being enclosed in a box stamped with a design ..."

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