Meaning of REDINGOTE in English

ˈrediŋˌgōt noun

( -s )

Etymology: French, modification of English riding coat

: a fitted outer garment: as


(1) : a double-breasted coat with wide flat cuffs and collar worn by men in the 18th century

(2) : a late 19th century chesterfield


(1) : a woman's lightweight coat usually cut in princess style, belted, and open at the front to show the skirt of the dress

(2) : a coatdress with a frond gore of a contrasting material

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