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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes
housecoathouse‧coat /ˈhaʊs-kəʊt $ -koʊt/ noun [countable]  DCCa long loose coat worn at home to protect clothes while cleaning etc
Examples from the Corpus
housecoatShe felt hot and sticky and changed her clothes and put on a housecoat.She was wearing a housecoat and slippers.She rose late and was still in a négligé and housecoat.She stood there in the doorway, wearing a loose blue housecoat.She was wearing a quilted housecoat, and in her hand was a hairdryer.She is a pretty, older woman dressed in a flowery silk housecoat.Mrs Sweet stood up and stripped off the housecoat.
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