donkey jacket


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donkey jacket

n
(Clothing & Fashion) a hip-length jacket usually made of a thick navy fabric with a waterproof panel across the shoulders
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Noun1.donkey jacket - a short thick jacket; often worn by workmen
jacket - a short coat
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donkey jacket

ngiaccone m pesante
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Labour leader Michael Foot turned up at the Cenotaph service just before a General Election, in a donkey jacket wiith his foot in plaster - proving that Labour just wasn't working.
He was himself mufflered in a new donkey jacket and balaclava.
YOU don't need to don a donkey jacket and start waving placards if you want to complain about something you've bought.
In his greying vest, worn-out jeans and scruffy donkey jacket, Les Battersby is hardly a picture of sartorial elegance.
Indeed, his appearance at the Cenotaph in 1981 when he was Leader of the Opposition, wearing what his critics denounced as a donkey jacket led to accusations from his own party that he looked like "an out-of-work navvy".
Noel Gallagher's wife went way-out west with a cowboy hat, teamed with donkey jacket, baggy workman's trousers and flat shoes.
We decided to see how she looks when she's not in her uniform of black jeans, donkey jacket, baseball cap and heavy boots.
It's the most enduring image of Labour's wilderness years in the 1980s - party leader Michael Foot wearing a donkey jacket at the Cenotaph.
You're treats will include a Dalmatians Donkey jacket, a mini fashion rucksack, a 101 Dalmatians premium black sweatshirt, a large 101 Dalmatians umbrella and two Showcase Cinemas movie passes.
Anyone who thinks not should remember the fate of Michael Foot, the Labour leader vilified for wearing a donkey jacket at the Cenotaph.
The killer is described as about 25, 5ft 6in and very overweight, wearing a dark donkey jacket.
Wearing a black donkey jacket and Adidas top, Jones spoke only to confirm his name and address.