[ UK /tˈe‍ɪlkə‍ʊt/ ]
  1. formalwear consisting of full evening dress for men
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How To Use tailcoat In A Sentence

  • A penniless Fred, still in striped pants, tailcoat, and spats, hops a freight for New York, with Pop in tow.
  • As the audience was plunged in red light, two Perspex doors lifted to let out rows of models kitted out in the form-fitting tailcoats and black leather ties which Lagerfeld has favoured since dramatically losing about 95 pounds.
  • Clad in tailcoat, weskit and tophat, with ascot and stickpin, every bit the Victorian gentleman, I would greet customers into the store. This Year's Best Christmas Story
  • Wednesday, the ambassador's wife, formally dressed in top hat and tailcoat, was scheduled to ride a stallion named High Voltage in an international horse show.
  • He had a distinguished air, was formally dressed in a tailcoat, and was precisely my idea of an ambassador.
  • For example, men's tailcoats for the 42nd Street production were pastel pink, blue and green, so we contrasted those with the classic formal black and white tails that the costumes are based on.
  • The infamous photo of Dave posing alongside his posho chums from the Bullingdon Club in an expensive royal blue tailcoat is one of the few clues we have. Birthday Boy
  • They stopped in a vestibule while the couple signed a visitors ' book, presided over by a man in a tailcoat. NEW YORK DEAD
  • By the time it vanished from daytime activities, the tailcoat had assumed the form we recognize today.
  • It consisted of a green tailcoat with golden buttons and decorations, a white shirt and black trousers.
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