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gabardine

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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gabardinegab‧ar‧dine, gaberdine /ˈɡæbədiːn, ˌɡæbəˈdiːn $ ˈɡæbərdiːn/ noun 🔊 🔊 1 [uncountable]DCCT a strong material which does not allow water to go through and is often used for making coats2 [countable]DCC a coat made from gabardine
Examples from the Corpus
gabardineBesides his lavish entertaining, he wore expensive gabardine suits and handmade shoes.The ticket he was presented that morning by the silent man in the medium-grey gabardine raincoat was just another ticket.Under that boldly amused scrutiny, her smart white gabardine culottes suddenly failed to cover quite enough bare, slender brown leg.
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