Coats


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Coats

(kōts), Avoid the incorrect forms Coat and Coat's.
George, British ophthalmologist, 1876-1915. See: Coats disease.
References in classic literature ?
For instance, if a man wanted to buy a coat, he perhaps exchanged a bear-skin for it.
I request you to have the goodness to change your coat," he said as he turned away.
Nikita, though an habitual drunkard, was not drunk that day because since the last day before the fast, when he had drunk his coat and leather boots, he had sworn off drink and had kept his vow for two months, and was still keeping it despite the temptation of the vodka that had been drunk everywhere during the first two days of the feast.
She walked across the room, the bottom of the trousers just showing as the bang of the coat was disturbed by movement.
Only they who go to soires and legislative balls must have new coats, coats to change as often as the man changes in them.
He seemed to have just scrambled out of a dust-bin in a tam-o'shanter cap and a tattered soldier's coat much too long for him.
On the previous night three Sabbath newspapers, distributed beneath his coat, about his ankles and over his lap, had failed to repulse the cold as he slept on his bench near the spurting fountain in the ancient square.
Gradually, as he rode towards the meadow, the peasants came into sight, some in coats, some in their shirts mowing, one behind another in a long string, swinging their scythes differently.
The coat was wide-skirted; and in that respect like THE coat, but, oh how different
Like a general postman's coat --queer coats those--made by contract--no measuring-- mysterious dispensations of Providence--all the short men get long coats--all the long men short ones.
At length they arrived, drenched with the rain and presenting a most miserable appearance, notwithstanding that Short had sheltered the child as well as he could under the skirts of his own coat, and they were nearly breathless from the haste they had made.
Waters of the Waingunga, Shere Khan gives me his coat for the love that he bears me.