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Definition of "surtout" [sur•tout]

  • A man's overcoat. (noun)

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Use "surtout" in a sentence
  • "Sir Roger, whom she mortally hated and used to hire fellows to squirt kennel water upon him as he passed along the streets; so that he was forced constantly to wear a surtout of oiled cloth, by which means he came home pretty clean, except where the surtout was a little scanty."
  • "He was a patron of the turf, a connoisseur of Italian Opera, and 'surtout' an inveterate libertine."
  • "Bonjour Alexis, C'est bon apprendre quelchose nouveau et surtout avec la famille Espinasse."
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