Definition of 'mackintosh'
Example sentences containing 'mackintosh'
She found her turning the street corner, wearing a thick mackintosh that reached almost to her ankles and carrying a huge umbrella.THE WHITE DOVE PRETTY MAIDS ALL IN A ROW
The room would be twelve-and-six a night, and he signed the book, undid his mackintosh, a button for each floor.THE OPEN DOOR
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