A hooded fur outer garment worn in the Arctic, originally of pullover design but now generally having a front closure.(noun)
A coat or jacket with a hood and usually a warm lining for cold-weather wear.(noun)
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Use "parka" in a sentence
"The hood of her squirrel-skin parka was about her hair, and well drawn up around her throat; but her hands were unmittened and nimbly at work with needle and sinew, completing the last fantastic design on a belt of leather faced with bright scarlet cloth."
"Ere her eyes closed for the last time she took my hand and slipped it under her squirrel-skin parka to her waist."
"Then the light was parted by a fur-clad figure, and an Indian girl slipped out of the webs, threw back the hood of her squirrel-skin parka, and stood in their midst."