Definition of Raincoat

1. Noun. A water-resistant coat.

Exact synonyms: Waterproof
Specialized synonyms: Burberry, Mac, Macintosh, Mack, Mackintosh, Trench Coat
Generic synonyms: Coat
Derivative terms: Waterproof, Waterproof



Definition of Raincoat

1. Noun. A waterproof coat worn in the rain. ¹

2. Noun. (slang) A condom. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Raincoat

1. a waterproof coat [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Raincoat

rainbowed
rainbowfish
rainbowfishes
rainbowing
rainbowish
rainbowlike
rainbows
rainbowy
rainburn
raincape
raincapes
raincheck
rainchecks
raincloud
rainclouds
raincoat (current term)
raincoated
raincoaters
raincoatless
raincoats
raindate
raindates
raindeer
raindeers
raindrop
raindrops
raine
rained

Literary usage of Raincoat

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1. Pittsburgh Legal Journal by Allegheny County Bar Association (1914)
"Goodyear raincoat Company vs. Broudy. Corporations Use of corporate name Good ... Since 1908 the Goodyear raincoat Company had been incorporated and soid in ..."

2. Annual Report of the Minimum Wage Commission of Massachusetts by Minimum Wage Commission, Massachusetts, Herman La Rue Brown, Robert Edgar Bisbee, Edwin N. Bartlett, Charles Frederick Dutch (1920)
"Statement and Decree concerning the Wages of Women in Men's Clothing and raincoat Factories in Massachusetts, August 31, 1917. • " Whenever a minimum wage ..."

3. Report by Division of Minimum Wage, Massachusetts (1921)
"One of these, the men's clothing and raincoat wage board,1 had submitted its report. An account of the work of the various boards for the year is given in ..."

4. Trucking to the Trenches: Letters from France, June-November 1917 by John Iden Kautz (1918)
"... the rains made the work more or less "blue" when they continued for such long stretches, but now I put on my raincoat as I dress and forget about it. ..."

5. Putnam's & the Reader (1909)
"I know they are. I forgot—forgot all about them. I wrapped them up in my raincoatraincoatraincoat. Think of that: raincoat! ..."

6. The Simple Life by Ruth King Porter (2006)
""You had ought to have had your raincoat on for one thing." "I don't have a raincoat, but I'll be fine." "You got to have a raincoat. ..."

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