Definition of surtout in English:

surtout

Line breaks: sur|tout
Pronunciation: /ˈsəːtuː
 
, səːˈtuː(t)
 
/

noun

historical
A man’s greatcoat of a similar style to a frock coat.
More example sentences
  • As a young man he was a sight to see, coming up Regent Street in his blue surtout, military light blue trousers, and black stockings with red stripes.
  • He had a white beard and wore a black skull cap and a broad-cloth surtout, and was a most repulsive sight to see.

Origin

late 17th century: from French, from sur 'over' + tout 'everything'.

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