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  • n. A coverall


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  • A big kid in coveralls stood in the doorway unscrewing a long handle from a roller.

    Better Days

  • Station crew in coveralls, like industrious insects, swarmed over heavy equipment, vehicles and weapons that were Venus bound.

    Kissed By Venus

  • PPS … taking old musties out to the dumpster at 10: 30 or even midnight in coveralls made me feel like Dexter.

    Donations gone wrong « Awful Library Books

  • One is the aforementioned Leave It to Chance, a fine comic about Chance Falconer, a tomboyish teenage girl who hunts for ghosts and zombies and does it in coveralls, trench coat, and work gloves rather than tights.

    Book Review: Little White Mouse, with Comments on Women in Comics

  • In the cluttered mudroom beyond, he removed his insulated coveralls from the hook on the wall, paying no attention to their pungent odor, and stepped into his equally soiled barn boots, all of which were banned from the rest of the house.

    Excerpt: St Albans Fire by Archer Mayor

  • Next to their table was a big fellow in coveralls.

    April « 2010 « Lynyrd Skynyrd Dixie

  • Hidden just inside the coveralls was his Ka-bar knife and a large automatic pistol -- a Glock -- with three clips of ammunition.


  • Hidden just inside the coveralls was his Ka-bar knife and a large automatic pistol—a Glock—with three clips of ammunition.

    The Blue Nowhere

  • His coveralls were a couple of shades darker than her own.


  • In the hip pocket of his coveralls was a message from Jane Scanwell inviting him to meet her at Tetiaroa.

    Empire Builders


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