(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
n. coat, sack or suit coat, dinner or smoking jacket, tuxedo, sport coat; jerkin; windbreaker, pea jacket or coat; peel, rind, skin. See clothing, covering.
(Roget's IV) n.
Syn. blazer, parka, windbreaker, tunic; see clothes , coat 1 .
(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) n.
1. cover case, wrapper, wrapping, sheath, skin, envelope.
2. coat blazer, windbreaker.
black, waist-length, wide-lapelled: Eton jacket
Eskimo: anorak
fringed deerskin: buckskin jacket
khaki-colored with four large front pockets: safari jacket, bush jacket
knitted, sweaterlike: cardigan
leather flight jacket: bomber jacket
lightweight jacket of waist-length: golf jacket, windbreaker
parka with hood: snorkel
plaid wool: lumber jacket
seaman’s: pea jacket, pea coat, reefer
sleeveless: bolero
winter, insulated: parka
woman’s loose jacket: paletot
wool with blanket-like patterns: mackinaw
World War II army jacket: Eisenhower jacket, battle jacket
see coat
(Roget's Thesaurus II) noun The skin of an animal: fell3, fur, hide2, pelt1. See SURFACE.

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