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coatee

(kəʊˈtiː; ˈkəʊtiː)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) chiefly Brit a short coat, esp for a baby
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Noun1.coatee - a short close-fitting coat
coat - an outer garment that has sleeves and covers the body from shoulder down; worn outdoors
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In fact, the decrees of 1764 (22) would become the first uniform plan of the Portuguese Army, highly standardized and marked by the adoption of a base color for the coatees, dark blue.
New uniforms, featuring coatees with a double line of buttons, more close-fitting but more uncomfortable, were the first perceptible changes in the iconography that accompanied that uniform plan.
The mounted artillery continued to wear its traditional colors, namely the red facings and the crossed gun badges that decorated the front of the shako, as well as the collars and the lapels of the coatees.