smoking jacket


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smoking jacket

n.
A man's evening jacket, often made of a fine fabric, elaborately trimmed, and usually worn at home.

smoking jacket

n
(Clothing & Fashion) a man's comfortable jacket of velvet, etc, closed by a tie belt or fastenings, worn at home
[so called because it was formerly worn for smoking]

smok′ing jack`et


n.
a loose-fitting jacket for men, often of a heavy fabric and trimmed with braid, worn indoors, esp. for lounging.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.smoking jacket - a man's soft jacket usually with a tie beltsmoking jacket - a man's soft jacket usually with a tie belt; worn at home
loungewear - clothing suitable for relaxation
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References in classic literature ?
Higgins, in evening dress, with overcoat and hat, comes in, carrying a smoking jacket which he has picked up downstairs.
The Prince, still fully attired, save that in place of his dress coat he wore a loose smoking jacket, stood at the windows of his sitting room at Devenham Castle, looking across the park.
He wore a semi-military smoking jacket, claret-coloured, with a black velvet collar.
It's all a far cry from the 1927 match when Cambridge's flanker Pongo Fotherington-Smythe took to the field in a smoking jacket and Paisley-patterned slippers.
Licensee Guy Wallis of the Glan-yr-Afon pub, Holywell, decided the perfect answer was a very special kind of smoking jacket.
For example, Hef's luxurious, custom crimson velvet smoking jacket sold for nearly $1,600 while his French blue paisley silk robe sold for only $200, a steal according to buyer George Kroeger.
Wearing his smoking jacket, he slides his hand through the scrunchy in her hair while she puffs on a fag and her five kids swing from her earrings.
When visitors come, Gordon dons a vintage 1940s smoking jacket and leads his guests through a small latched door to cramped confines that are decorated with two settees, colored lights and kitschy mementos.
Without a sense of physical peril, the detective might as well be Nero Wolfe or Hercule Poirot, solving mysteries without ever taking off his smoking jacket or leaving his drawing room.
The epitome of luxury and style, this highly distinctive, made-to-measure plush velvet smoking jacket is tailored by Turnball & Asser, the Royal Family's clothier.
Alongside this, the squad will wear a signature black velvet smoking jacket for official evening functions.