Third-person singular simple present indicative form of jacket.(verb)
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Use "jackets" in a sentence
"They wear blouses which they call jackets, and in the place of hats, coloured handkerchiefs"
"John Warr learned about John Hunt Morgan's jackets from the John Hunt Morgan Society (an informal group composed of descendants and others) and about Nathan Bedford Forrest's left-handedness from a local history buff lawyer who had done an undergraduate thesis on the Confederate general."
"When it comes to the pursuits of outdoor activities, jackets are an essential piece of equipment, such as mountain jackets, snowboard jackets, and ski jackets."