duffel-coat

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duffel-coat

[ˈdʌfəlkəʊt] Ntrenca f
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Written by Edinburghraised Neil Cross and guest starring Fifer Dougray Scott as the duffel-coat wearing professor Alex Palmer, who joined the Doctor and assistant Clara on the hunt for a ghostly apparition of the Witch of the Well.
There was me in my duffel-coat, holding on to my dad's hand.
I still remember the girl handing me the brush to try it on and me being so mortified I wouldn't take my duffel-coat hood down in July.
He is also on the brink of the most exciting and frightening week of his life in which at least one person is going to have a duffel-coat toggle stuffed up his nose.
If I don't find one soon, I'm facing the grim prospect of that automotive equivalent of a duffel-coat, a people-carrier.
We at Ultimate, despite some souped-up disco leanings, are duffel-coated fops at heart - and as such are getting pretty excited by the new Camera Obscura album and tour.
With marmalade sales reportedly in decline, Robertson's has hired duffel-coated Paddington Bear to reignite Britain's passion for the orange fruit preserve.
The duffel-coated children's character ditched his favourite treat in 2007 to appear in TV ads for the yeasty spread - slogan "Love it or Hate it".
The late, great NME hack Steven Wells described Belle and Sebastian as "insipid bedwetters" and far worse but somehow I don't think such insults hold much sway; they revel in their affected, duffel-coated foppishness.