donkey jacket

NOUN
  1. a short thick jacket; often worn by workmen
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How To Use donkey jacket In A Sentence

  • I stood there alone and watched as four men entered dressed in donkey jackets and flat caps.
  • You want people to think you slipped into a donkey jacket and bought a Passat. Times, Sunday Times
  • He wore a black donkey jacket and black bobble hat and spoke with a northern accent.
  • Perhaps the solution is a donkey jacket. Times, Sunday Times
  • He came forward, and gave me a large unfeeling hug through the donkey jacket too thick for the weather. THREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES
  • The press called it a donkey jacket and he was accused of a lack of respect. Times, Sunday Times
  • Had miners really worn our badges on their donkey jackets? Times, Sunday Times
  • It is believed some gangs have posed as workmen to disguise themselves, donning donkey jackets and carrying tools.
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