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o·ver·gar·ment

 (ō′vər-gär′mənt)
n.
An outer garment.

overgarment

(ˈəʊvəˌɡɑːmənt)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) any garment worn over other clothes, esp to protect them from wear or dirt
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Noun1.overgarment - a garment worn over other garmentsovergarment - a garment worn over other garments  
aba - a loose sleeveless outer garment made from aba cloth; worn by Arabs
cloak - a loose outer garment
coat - an outer garment that has sleeves and covers the body from shoulder down; worn outdoors
garment - an article of clothing; "garments of the finest silk"
izar - a voluminous cotton outer garment (usually white) traditionally worn by Muslim women of northern Africa and the Middle East; covers the entire body
snowsuit - a child's overgarment for cold weather
undergarment, unmentionable - a garment worn under other garments
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As a result, we were able to procure new chemical protective overgarments, repair parts, medical supplies, and other items needed to sustain the force.
Successful CBRN officers visit their subordinate battalions early in the reception, staging, onward movement, and integration process and get a basic CDE inventory list of equipment (masks, overgarments, M256 kits, M8 and M9 paper, Joint Chemical Agent Detectors, and equivalent items from North Atlantic Treaty Organization [NATO] partners).
31) As Jean MacIntyre observes, The Three Ladies 'calls for multiple changes not only for doubling but also to show the characters' changing moral states as their social status changes', employing 'exotic attire' in the form of 'loose overgarments, headgear, and hand properties' to indicate the 'foreignness' of the Italian merchant, the Jew, and the Turkish judge--so-called '"occupational" roles'--and to allow 'the rapidly doubling actors to change'.
Though it can be concealed with long jackets and overgarments, the Yaqui is most frequently seen being worn at the range or by citizens in states such as Arizona and Texas with commonly practiced open-carry laws.
Armstrong LE, Szlyk PC, Sils I V, De Luca JP, O'Brien C, and Hubbard RW, "Prediction of the exercise-heat tolerance of soldiers wearing protective overgarments," Aviation Space and Environmental Medicine, vol.
Fortunately, he was impressed with our innovative training because we were conducting both activities while wearing mission-oriented protective posture level 4 protection (masks, overgarments, over-boots, and gloves).
Shedding overgarments as she speaks, Monte, an intense blonde-haired woman with an animated, focused manner, launches into a pre-run pep talk for the actors.
It's a ritual I enjoy, getting dressed as a nun, and there are quite a few steps,'' says Jones, as she proceeds to rattle them off: undergarments, overgarments, belt, capelet, cross, bonnet, spectacles and lace-up boots.
Shortly after starting work, she converted to Islam and began wearing Islamic overgarments, a full-length robe, and head scarf.
4 million of the chem-bio request The priorities are masks, overgarments, boots and gloves, she said.
The EDRE followed standard routines until the task force members received new chemical overgarments, body armor, and desert camouflage uniforms.