We have no meanings for "warm coats" in our records yet.
The air was sharp, and the spectators huddled down into their warm coats.
Yes, if you put on your boots and your warm coats.
Luminous hairy legs aplenty, topped with jackets and ties, sweaters and warm coats.
They bought trousers, jackets and warm coats from an outfitter, not elegant, but clean.
He hunts and traps them for their warm coats.
Last of all, they bought warm coats and shoes.
Winter: for most people a time to turn on the heating and dig out warm coats.
Putting them in my bag, I searched the rack for one of my brother's warm coats.
They had brought blankets and warm coats, but it wasn't cold, and the weather was surprisingly sunny.
You look hot in your warm coats.
They were all dressed in warm coats and gloves, and all were on their second cups of coffee.
It was January and the sun was shining; people were flinging themselves into the sea instead of wrapping up in warm coats.
They put their sweaters and scarfs and mittens on one chair, their warm coats on another and their hats on the table.
The first order came from François, whose department store had run out of warm coats after a sudden cold spell in the spring.
Scarves and warm coats are the order of the day in a week that features the occasional shower of hailstones and a lunar eclipse.
They accomplished their design most satisfactorily, and, wrapped up in their warm coats, they slipped downstairs and down into the street without being noticed.
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Warm coats through the time
Warm coats across language varieties