rough coat

rough coat

A scratch coat of plaster.
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said the man in the rough coat, in an imperious tone, attempting at the same time to push his way past.
Come, none of this, my man; this won't do with me,' said the owner of the rough coat, raising his voice, and turning white.
The waiter led the way upstairs as he was desired, and the man in the rough coat followed, with Sam behind him, who, in his progress up the staircase, indulged in sundry gestures indicative of supreme contempt and defiance, to the unspeakable gratification of the servants and other lookers-on.
Under guise of a present for the pilgrims, Princess Mary prepared a pilgrim's complete costume for herself: a coarse smock, bast shoes, a rough coat, and a black kerchief.
When he smiled she could not fear him, and now she shrank closer against him in natural revulsion toward the rough coat of the brute upon her other side.
He wore a large rough coat, buttoned over, and it might be in any one of half a dozen pockets.
I don't know who had given Stubbs his name, but it seemed to belong to him as naturally as his rough coat.
Polly had grown up, but she had no more style now than in the days of the round hat and rough coat, for she was all in gray, like a young Quakeress, with no ornament but a blue bow at the throat and another in the hair.
All the time we were out, the two gentlemen smoked incessantly - which, I thought, if I might judge from the smell of their rough coats, they must have been doing, ever since the coats had first come home from the tailor's.
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Clinical examination of the animals revealed high rise of temperature (104-105[degrees]F), restlessness and rough coat, increase in heart and respiratory rate, pale mucous membrane, tense eye ball and enlargement of superficial lymph nodes.