Definition of Coat stand

1. Noun. An upright pole with pegs or hooks on which to hang clothing.

Exact synonyms: Clothes Tree, Coat Tree
Generic synonyms: Pole



Definition of Coat stand

1. Noun. (Chiefly American English) A pole with pegs for temporary storage of clothing; a coatrack. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coat Stand

coat-rack
coat-racks
coat-stand
coat-stands
coat check
coat closet
coat hanger
coat hangers
coat of arms
coat of mail
coat of paint
coat protein
coat rack
coat racks
coat stand (current term)
coat stands
coat tree
coat trees
coatable
coatdress
coatdresses
coate
coated
coated felt sheet
coated felt sheets
coated pit
coated tongue

Literary usage of Coat stand

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1. Catalogue of the Rare Artistic Properties Collected by the Connoisseur ...by American Art Association, Raoul Tolentino, Seymour de Ricci, Horace Townsend by American Art Association, Raoul Tolentino, Seymour de Ricci, Horace Townsend (1920)
"530—FLORENTINE TURNED WALNUT coat stand OF THE LATE SIXTEENTH CENTURY Turned baluster-shaped and cylindrical molded standard with turned vase-shaped finial ..."

2. Central Criminal Court. Minutes of Evidence by Great Britain Central Criminal Court, Henry Buckler (1837)
"... asked him to come in—he did so-—I shut the door, and went into the parlour—while I was delivering the message, I heard the coat-stand rattle in the hall ..."

3. Lumber and Its Uses by Royal Shaw Kellogg (1914)
"... coat stand one hour before putting on the second. When the second coat stands about two hours, sandpaper with No. 0 sandpaper, and the floor is ready ..."

4. Problems of the Finishing Room: A Reference and Formula Manual for Furniture by Walter Karl Schmidt (1916)
"Let each coat stand on glass from 30 to 40 minutes. Always rinse off first coat before applying second coat. Always use distilled or boiled water for ..."

5. The Visitation of Shropshire, Taken in the Year 1623 by Robert Treswell, Augustine Vincent, William Camden, College of Arms (Great Britain) (1889)
"... it must be by the interposition of a chevron argent, for so does the coat stand in the window of Eccleshall Church. Without a chevron it is the coat of ..."

6. Collections for a History of Staffordshire by William Salt Archaeological Society, Staffordshire Record Society (1885)
"... it mast be by the interposition of a chevron ardent, for so does the coat stand in the window of ..."

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