sports coat


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sports coat

n.
A coat that is similar to a suit coat but is designed for less formal occasions. Also called sports jacket.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sports coat - lightweight single-breasted jacketsports coat - lightweight single-breasted jacket; often striped in the colors of a club or school
jacket - a short coat
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On the night of his disappearance he was wearing a dark Ralph Lauren winter sports coat with a red logo, a black polo t-shirt, black Lacoste jeans and black Lacoste trainers.
Sitting with Jebraily at a small, microphone-studded table, Zibakalam, dressed in an open-collared shirt and dark blue sports coat over his trademark suspenders, first argued that conservatives' anti-American rhetoric was harming Iran's national interest.
This was followed by the selfpenned A White Sports Coat And A Pink Carnation - covered in the UK by The King Brothers - then The Story Of My Life, a No 1 hit in Great Britain by Michael Holliday.
Dave, who matches casual jeans and sports coat with formal shoes and a trendy striped scarf, said: "I think David Beckham used to be very stylish, but now I quite like Ashley Cole.
Gordon got thumbs down for a sports coat, David got full marks for Boden shorts.
He wore a thin, blue waist length sports coat with light writing on the back.
Salesman in a loud sports coat keeps kicking where a tire would be.
AND IN THE SAME BOAT, go ahead and wear a sports coat and skate nothing but stairs and rails.
Armani putty duster, $695, and brown-and-white thread sports coat, $1,925, ETRO Genova paisley shirt, $215, orange crew, $72.
The line-up includes a couple medium weight jackets, a sports coat, trench coat and even breakaway ties to eliminate a good handhold for the bad guys.
He was wearing a light coloured Adidas sports coat and black shoes.
And that explains why the usually sartorially correct Mr Walker sported cotton trousers and a sports coat on opening day.