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housecoat

Syllabification: house·coat
Pronunciation: /ˈhousˌkōt
 
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Definition of housecoat in English:

noun

A woman’s long, loose, lightweight robe for informal wear around the house.
Example sentences
  • After a few weeks the figures become familiar; a few old women, wearing housecoats and kerchiefs; a young girl, maybe a teenager, who stares at him intently each time.
  • She was no longer wearing her housecoat, now she wore a black, silk negligee from her wardrobe that Morgan had taken a liking to.
  • She was wearing a heavy housecoat, concealing her moon blue pajamas.

Words that rhyme with housecoat

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