opera cloak


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opera cloak

n
(Clothing & Fashion) a large cloak worn over evening clothes. Also called: opera hood
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Noun1.opera cloak - a large cloak worn over evening clothes
cloak - a loose outer garment
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Presently he hailed a tall, bearded man, grim-browed and rather battered-looking, who had his opera cloak on his arm and his hat in his hand, and who seemed to be on the point of leaving the theatre.
Eliza opens the door and is seen on the lighted landing in opera cloak, brilliant evening dress, and diamonds, with fan, flowers, and all accessories.
She was wearing a wonderful black satin opera cloak with pale green lining, her maid had touched up her hair and wound a string of pearls around her neck.
The policeman hurried to assist a tall blonde in an opera cloak across the street in front of a street car that was approaching two blocks away.