suit coat

suit coat

n.
A sleeved, outer garment extending from the shoulders to just below the waist and buttoning down the front, usually forming the top part of a suit. Also called suit jacket.
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A third man is stretched out at their feet, fully dressed, city shoes, suit coat, dark glasses.
This time the driver was a man in his mid-40s and wearing a nice suit coat.
Untucked button-down shirts, jeans with a suit coat, cowboy boots, hoodies--lm no longer surprised to see any of these fashion choices at formal business events.
I picture him in the morning sun: wind lighting his curls, blessing him, almost, as he paces around in his loafers, wearing a suit coat over a T-shirt, cigar and paper clips in his breast pocket, collar turned up, holding a cell phone to his ear.
It was another hectic morning: Attempting to multi-task as I picked up a guest speaker at the Inn at the Fifth, I hung my suit coat on the back seat hook and set my iPad on the roof of the old Volvo.
Some trying to take an old suit pant or suit coat and trying to match it to make a new suit out of it.
As your customer walks, he'll look as if he's just shoplifted a live ferret and is trying to hide it under his suit coat.
NOOK HD is ergonomically contoured for comfort and slips easily into a men's suit coat, a woman's handbag or a child's backpack.
Rush, a prominent civil rights activist during the 1960s, shed his suit coat during a floor speech to reveal a grey hooded sweatshirt, known as a hoodie.
He works hard, stripping off his suit coat and then rolling up his sleeves, sweat stains visible.
Watch as Benny Hinn heals people en masse by hitting them with his expensive suit coat or spitting on them, and then watch him place curses upon his enemies.