windcheater

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

  • Now, you just cannot stand the sight of those woollen pullovers, the windcheaters.
  • Against the former I pulled up the hood of my windcheater and tied it firmly down over my cap.
  • Dressed in battered, kneeless Levi's, gym shoes, and a baggy windcheater, he gives no concession to vanity, in contrast to the black-clad, Wayfarer-wearing hipsters who are cruising Soho looking for double espressos.
  • Contestants have been issued with windcheaters, a space blanket for emergencies and a basic first aid kit along with a cellphone wrapped in plastic to prevent it from getting wet in one of the many river crossings.
  • I wear windcheaters and ugg boots with my sarongs there.
  • Grinning broadly, tanned, handsome, he wore a white open-necked shirt and a windcheater embroidered with the numbers of the propositions he wanted to defeat, crossed through like road signs.
  • If you're looking for an archeological subject to study, the Picts are a good bet; anyone with a beard and a purple windcheater can be an expert.
  • ‘We trudged down today and the children have seen everything,’ said Hannah's mum, Helen Elliott, who had the hood up on her red windcheater.
  • Grinning broadly, tanned, handsome, he wore a white open-necked shirt and a windcheater embroidered with the numbers of the propositions he wanted to defeat, crossed through like road signs.
  • Couples like his-and-her windcheaters, sunglasses and hats.
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