coats Examples

  • Examples of coat
    1. He always put his coat on above his sweater. ‎
    2. You must be bats to go out in the cold without a coat on.
    3. My coat so blue and buttony. — W. S. Gilbert.
    4. Then they become sashaying runway models and later giggling friends, eventually succeeded by a mysterious creature who is revealed to be a woman hidden in a carapacelike coat.
    5. This old coat was a castaway in someone's trash.
    6. All Nature is smiling, in fact, with one large, comprehensive smile, exactly like a first-class PRANG chromo with a fresh coat of varnish upon it.
    7. By choosing an anonymous lampshade as his starting point rather than something designerly, Laarman has created the design equivalent of Miuccia Prada’s Crombie-style coat.
    8. The chick's downy coat of feathers formed almost immediately to keep it warm.
    9. Which fur coat looks fake?
    10. He was not only carrying a candle to put the finishing touch to him as a target; he had dispensed with coat and waistcoat downstairs, and was at once full-handed and unarmed
  • Examples of coats
    1. To me, a normal cow is white with black patches, but Sarah's from Texas and most of the cows there have solid brown, black, or red coats.
    2. The kids piled up their boots and coats by the back door. ‎
    3. Mesotegmic seeds with coats derived from the middle layer are rare, while endotegmic seeds with coats derived from the innermost layer of the inner integument are present in, for example, the black pepper family (Piperaceae).
  • Examples of coated
    1. For 450 dirhams, youll be steamed to melting, lathered in black Moroccan beldi soap, exfoliated with a rough kissa glove, massaged with oil by four hands, coated in local ghassoul clay, rinsed in hot water, stuffed into a fluffy robe and served a mint tea.
    2. A standout is Pascal Tarabay’s cuckoo clock, a modern interpretation of a traditional clock rendered in white, orange or blue powder-coated steel ($250), or plated in mirror-finish goldtone or silvertone ($395).
    3. Sunday houses were often made of limestone rock coated with whitewash inside and out.
    4. A decade later, the skiwear company Bogner was dressing James Bond for the slopes, but reality soon trumped make-believe with the nylon-coated aluminumized spacesuit worn by John Glenn and the other Mercury astronauts.
    5. After putting the coated parts together, Jon waited for the chemical adhesive to resinify
    6. Recently, several groups have been developing microfluidic devices to isolate CTCs from normal blood components, for example, by using antibody coated microposts, dielectrophoresis, size-based separation by a microfilter or acoustophoresis, etc.
    7. Gas chromatography was performed using a Varian 3400CX chromatograph fitted with a WCOT fused silica capillary column of 100 m x 0.25 mm x 0.20 μm, coated with polar highly substituted cyanopropyl CP-SIL 88 phase, as described in detail [24 ].
    8. The levels of activity in atmospheric fallout were determined in rain and dustout was collected on vaseline-coated sheets.
    9. Ultra-thin sections (70 nm) were then collected on holy formvar coated grids, contrasted with uranyl acetate and lead citrate, and examined by TEM (Hitachi, Japan).
  • Examples of coating
    1. an antiradar coating
    2. an antisonar coating
    3. an antispark lead coating
    4. The prosthesis has a bilayered calcium phosphate coating.
    5. At the extreme edges, the coating is very thin. ‎
    6. The sacrificial coating protects the hull, but because it takes the damage the hull doesn't, we must replace it annually.
    7. The top coating of lacquer gives this finish a slick look.
    8. a supertough coating
    9. a toughenable coating
    10. We spent hours coating the truffles with cocoa powder so they wouldn't be sticky.
    Difficultness: Level 2
    Easy     ➨     Difficult
    Definiteness: Level 1
    Definite    ➨     Versatile
    Related Links:
    1. en coatstand
    2. en coatstands
    3. en coats of arms