A person who wears a blue uniform, especially a police officer.(noun)
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Use "bluecoat" in a sentence
"He wants to supplement Pontin's famous "bluecoat" entertainers with Disney-style cartoon costumes and attractions."
"The cop fired first, but Paul got off a better shot, and the bluecoat crumpled in the street."
"Now, in their deliberate penetration of the heartland, the bluecoat leaders were signaling their intent not just to protect the frontier but to destroy the raiders themselves, to find the wolves in their den and kill them."