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  1. simple past and past participle of coat

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coated (not comparable)

  1. Covered with a thin layer.
  2. Wearing a coat.
    • 1849 December, “A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers. []”, in The Massachusetts Quarterly Review, number IX, Boston, Mass.: [] Coolidge & Wiley, [], page 51:
      I can just remember an old brown-coated man who was the Walton of this stream, who had come over from Newcastle, England, with his son, the latter a stout and hearty man who had lifted an anchor in his day.
    • 1908, The Practical Dental Journal, page 2:
      Was sitting on a molar cusp nibbling a remnant of dry toast, when I looked out and saw a white-coated man with a shiney instrument in his hand.
    • 1963, The Journal of the Royal Institute of Public Health and Hygiene, page 51, column 1:
      A few seconds after photograph 17 was taken; note that the coated woman has stopped to chat to the group.

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