[ UK /ˈænɔːɹˌæk/ ]
[ US /ˈænɝˌæk/ ]
  1. a kind of heavy jacket (`windcheater' is a British term)
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How To Use anorak In A Sentence

  • In fact, he is something of an "anorak" on the subject. The NUT's John Bangs – the best leader they never had – is stepping down
  • His mother quilted a cotton - padded anorak for him.
  • Do not be fooled by polycotton anoraks. The Sun
  • But no, they all came in an anorak or windcheater and a untidy motley lot they were.
  • They appeared even less interested in ecology than I was, going through the motions in their wellingtons and anoraks, as if they were stood in a draughty lecture theatre rather than in one of the most beautiful places on the planet.
  • I'm a bit of a comedy anorak really.
  • But for the history anoraks this was lightning striking twice.
  • Wine anoraks know that these wines are made from Chardonnay grapes, but most drinkers associate Chablis with a taste, not its component parts, and they buy it because they like it, and the idea of it.
  • My children think I'm a bit of an anorak, but I enjoy it.
  • Why do they all wear fur lined anoraks with the hood up at all times?
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