duffle coat

  1. a warm coat made of duffel; usually has a hood and fastens with toggles
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How To Use duffle coat In A Sentence

  • The emu is like a walking sofa or a duffle coat on legs. The Sun
  • Among the most popular items include a gray fleeced duffle coat with hood at $14.
  • They wear peaked caps, and heavy duffle coats, on top of neat uniforms.
  • She's got this cute little duffle coat on and a bobble hat with her hair sticking out the bottom.
  • Duffle coat toggles used to be made from such nuts.
  • And on the first day of school, they will all need somewhere to store their pencil cases and duffle coats. Times, Sunday Times
  • We have come a long way from sociologists being seen as men in duffle coats. Times, Sunday Times
  • They flapped in the wind, but only rarely were snapped in two by bashing against the toggle on your duffle coat.
  • It would be a bit sad if he was still in the same duffle coat. The Sun
  • Gone, too, are the old duffle coat, huge glasses and shaggy hairstyle. The Sun
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