Definition of Sport coat

1. Noun. Lightweight single-breasted jacket; often striped in the colors of a club or school.

Exact synonyms: Blazer, Sport Jacket, Sports Coat, Sports Jacket
Generic synonyms: Jacket



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sport Coat

sporozoans
sporozoea infections
sporozoic
sporozoid
sporozoids
sporozoites
sporozooid
sporozoon
sporran
sporrans
sport car
sport coat (current term)
sport fish
sport jacket
sport kite
sport shirt
sport stacking
sport utility
sport utility vehicle
sport utility vehicles
sportabilities
sportability
sportal
sportbike
sportbikes
sportcoat

Literary usage of Sport coat

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Snake Walkers by J. Everett Prewitt (2005)
"The family was going to tease him again when he showed up for Sunday dinner wearing the same sport coat he always wore, but at age fifty-one, ..."

2. The Tiger's Child by John Neu (2006)
"wore a blue seersucker sport coat and tie, and his white pants were so big on him it seemed as if, without the belt pulled tight to pucker them at his waist ..."

3. The Voyage of Sabra: An Ecological Cruise Through the Caribbean, with Extras by Michael L. Frankel (1990)
"When I unzipped my garment bag for the first time in five months, I found that the sport coat and all my slacks were mildewed. I selected the least moldy ..."

4. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1915)
"GOSSIP: AN ENDLESS CHAIN BY JOSEPHINE STORY SUZANNE slipped out of her fuzzy sport-coat, and we settled down for our firelit hour of confidences, ..."

5. Inside the German Empire in the Third Year of the War by Herbert Bayard Swope (1917)
"... who while discharging the duties of his lowly job wore livery, attending the races in an English sport-coat, with glasses strung over his shoulders, ..."

6. Inside the German Empire in the Third Year of the War by Herbert Bayard Swope (1917)
"telephone operators, who while discharging the duties of his lowly job wore livery, attending the races in an English sport-coat, with glasses strung over ..."

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