Definition of Peacoats

1. Noun. (plural of peacoat) ¹



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Definition of Peacoats

1. peacoat [n] - See also: peacoat

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Peacoats

peachiness
peaching
peachleaf willow
peachless
peachlike
peachtrees
peachwood
peachy
peachy keen
peacified
peacifies
peacify
peacifying
peacing
peacoat
peacoats (current term)
peacock
peacock-blue
peacock-throne
peacock blue
peacock flower
peacock flower fence
peacock ore
peacock worm
peacock worms
peacocked
peacockeries
peacockery

Literary usage of Peacoats

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1. American Notes for General Circulation by Charles Dickens (1842)
"And presently, our sails being backed, she ran alongside ; and the hoarse pilot, wrapped and muffled in peacoats and shawls to the very bridge of his ..."

2. The Southern Review by Albert Taylor Bledsoe, Methodist Episcopal Church, South (1874)
"... to Winthrop: ' The peacoats follow their fishing and planting as if they had no enemies. Their women of esteem and children are gone to Long Island with ..."

3. Lost Amid the Fogs: Sketches of Life in Newfoundland, England's Ancient Colony by Robert Barlow McCrea (1869)
"Passengers ask few questions about the country, seldom receiving satisfactory replies, as little is known about it. Men button up their peacoats with a ..."

4. Gaslight and Daylight: With Some London Scenes They Shine Upon by George Augustus Sala (1859)
"... as your pictorial and literary delineators are incorrigible in delineating you in large-buttoned peacoats, wide ducks, and flat hats. ..."

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