Need another word that means the same as “coat”? Find 63 synonyms and 30 related words for “coat” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Coat” are: coating, pelage, overcoat, tunic, fur, hair, wool, fleece, layer, covering, overlay, skin, skim, plating, film, wash, glaze, varnish, veneer, lamination, sheet, finish, dusting, blanket, mantle, daub, smear, topping, crust, patina, lustre, deposit, scale, facing, cladding, paint, stain, surface, cake, cover, inlay, laminate, plate, bedaub, plaster, overspread, encrust, face, dress, pave, put a facing on, line
Coat as a Noun
Definitions of "Coat" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “coat” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- An outer garment with sleeves, worn outdoors and typically extending below the hips.
- Growth of hair or wool or fur covering the body of an animal.
- A thin layer covering something.
- An animal's covering of fur or hair.
- The skin or husk of a fruit or seed.
- A woman's tailored jacket, worn with a skirt or dress.
- A man's jacket, especially as worn when hunting or by soldiers.
- An outer layer or covering.
- A protective outer garment worn indoors.
- An outer garment that has sleeves and covers the body from shoulder down; worn outdoors.
- A structure, especially a membrane, enclosing or lining an organ.
- A layer of a plant bulb.
- A single application of paint or similar material on a surface.
Synonyms of "Coat" as a noun (37 Words)
|blanket||A thick covering mass or layer.|
There was a blanket of snow.
|cladding||A protective covering that protects the outside of a building.|
|coating||A thin layer or covering of something.|
A coating of paint.
|covering||The act of protecting something by covering it.|
Under a covering of dust.
|crust||A hardened layer, coating, or deposit on the surface of something soft.|
A sandwich with the crusts cut off.
|daub||Material used to daub walls.|
A daub of paint.
|deposit||Money deposited in a bank or some similar institution.|
I d like to make a deposit.
|dusting||Fine powdery material such as dry earth or pollen that can be blown about in the air.|
|facing||An ornamental coating to a building.|
The bricks were used as a facing on a concrete core.
|film||Material in the form of a very thin flexible sheet.|
A horror film.
|finish||The act of finishing.|
Lightweight nylon with a shiny finish.
|fleece||A jacket or other garment made from a fleece fabric.|
A reversible fleece jacket.
|fur||Animal skin with fur on it or fabric resembling this used in making or trimming garments.|
A fur coat.
|glaze||A thin topcoat of transparent paint used to modify the tone of an underlying colour.|
The glaze of the white cups.
|hair||Hairs collectively especially those growing on a person s head.|
Her shoulder length fair hair.
|lamination||Bonding thin sheets together.|
|layer||Single thickness of usually some homogeneous substance.|
They can be increased from cuttings and layers.
|lustre||Ceramics with an iridescent metallic glaze lustreware.|
She couldn t eat and her hair lost its lustre.
|mantle||The part of another planetary body corresponding to the earth s mantle.|
Magmas erupted at mid ocean ridges are derived from the upper mantle.
|overcoat||A long warm coat.|
|overlay||A block of code or other data transferred during the overlay process.|
A durable cost effective floor overlay.
|paint||An act of painting something.|
A paint program.
|patina||A fine coating of oxide on the surface of a metal.|
Many bronzes have been overcleaned their original patina removed and artificially replaced.
|pelage||The fur, hair, or wool of a mammal.|
|plating||The process of applying plating.|
The tractors carried steel plating for protection.
|scale||(music) a series of notes differing in pitch according to a specific scheme (usually within an octave.|
The scale of the map.
|sheet||A quantity of text or other information contained on a sheet of paper.|
|skim||An act of reading something quickly or superficially.|
A quick skim through the pamphlet.
|skin||The skin of a dead animal with or without the fur used as material for clothing or other items.|
A flap of skin.
|smear||A thin tissue or blood sample spread on a glass slide and stained for cytologic examination and diagnosis under a microscope.|
There was an oil smear on his jacket.
|stain||A thing that damages or brings disgrace to someone or something’s reputation.|
There were mud stains on my shoes.
|topping||A layer of food poured or spread over a base of a different type of food to add flavour.|
A cake with a marzipan topping.
|tunic||A loose garment, typically sleeveless and reaching to the knees, as worn in ancient Greece and Rome.|
A line tunic tops.
|varnish||An external or superficially attractive appearance of a specific quality.|
The wood was stained with a dark varnish.
|veneer||A thin decorative covering of fine wood applied to a coarser wood or other material.|
A fine grained veneer.
|wash||An act of washing something or an instance of being washed.|
Her hair needs a wash.
|wool||Yarn or textile fibre made from wool.|
Her blue wool suit.
Usage Examples of "Coat" as a noun
- A laboratory coat.
- A winter coat.
- His coat pocket.
- She wore a pale linen coat and skirt.
- A dog's coat may become tangled and matted.
- The protein coat of the virus.
- A second coat of paint.
- Apply a final top coat of varnish.
Coat as a Verb
Definitions of "Coat" as a verb
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “coat” as a verb can have the following definitions:
- Put a coat on; cover the surface of; furnish with a surface.
- (of a substance) form a covering to.
- Form a coat over.
- Provide with a layer or covering of something.
- Cover or provide with a coat.
Synonyms of "Coat" as a verb (26 Words)
|bedaub||Spread or daub (a surface.|
A dozen maidens all bedaubed with paint.
|blanket||Form a blanket like cover over.|
The double glazing blankets the noise a bit.
|cake||Form a coat over.|
The blood under his nose was beginning to cake.
|cover||Provide with a covering or cause to be covered.|
She raised her gun to cover Klift.
|daub||Spread (a thick or sticky substance) on a surface in a careless or clumsy way.|
They daubed graffiti on the walls.
|dress||Dress in a certain manner.|
Dress the windows.
|encrust||Form a crust or a hard layer.|
The mussels encrust navigation buoys.
|face||Cover the surface of something with a layer of a different material.|
Each defendant faced a maximum sentence of 10 years.
|glaze||Coat with something sweet such as a hard sugar glaze.|
New potatoes which had been glazed in mint flavoured butter.
|inlay||Embed (material or a design) flush with the surface of an object.|
Mahogany panelling inlaid with rosewood.
|laminate||Create laminate by bonding sheets of material with a bonding material.|
Laminate the table.
|line||Mark or cover with lines.|
Sorrow had lined his face.
|mantle||Cover like a mantle.|
The ivy mantles the building.
|overlay||(of a quality or feeling) become more prominent than (a previous quality or feeling.|
The sow overlay her piglets.
|overspread||Spread across or over.|
A giant bramble had overspread the path.
|paint||Create a graphic or screen display using a paint program.|
Flying behind hills lessens the enemy s ability to paint you with radar.
|pave||Cover (a piece of ground) with flat stones or bricks; lay paving over.|
Pave the roads in the village.
|plaster||Coat with plaster.|
The demonstrators plastered the hallways with posters.
|plate||Cover an object with plates of metal for decoration protection or strength.|
Overcooked vegetables won t look appetizing no matter how they are plated.
|put a facing on||Cause (someone) to undergo something.|
|skin||Cover with skin.|
She skinned the pig and salted the carcass.
|smear||Stain by smearing or daubing with a dirty substance.|
Her lipstick was smeared.
|surface||Rise or come up to the surface of the water or the ground.|
I hope the list key is going to surface again.
|varnish||Apply varnish to.|
We stripped the floor and varnished it.
|veneer||Cover with veneer.|
Factories employed cabinetmakers to veneer looking glasses.
|wash||Wash or flow against.|
A linen mix yarn which washes well.
Usage Examples of "Coat" as a verb
- A film of dust coated the floor.
- Coat the cake with chocolate.
- Her right leg was coated in plaster.
- Dirt had coated her face.
- Coat each part with a thin oil.
Associations of "Coat" (30 Words)
|blouse||A loose linen or cotton garment formerly worn by peasants and manual workers, typically belted at the waist.|
I bloused my trousers over my boots.
|cape||In bullfighting taunt the bull by flourishing a cape.|
The hair on a cape for the taxidermist can spoil in warm weather.
|cashmere||Woollen material made from or resembling cashmere.|
A cashmere jumper.
He stripped off his clothes.
|dappled||Marked with spots or rounded patches.|
The horse s dappled flank.
|fleck||A small contrasting part of something.|
A fleck of red.
|garment||An item of clothing.|
Garments of the finest silk.
|glove||Of a wicketkeeper baseball catcher etc catch deflect or touch the ball with a gloved hand.|
|hat||Furnish with a hat.|
A black straw hat.
|headdress||An ornamental covering or band for the head, especially one worn on ceremonial occasions.|
A veil held in place with a pearl headdress.
|jacket||Cover with a jacket.|
Potatoes cooked in their jackets.
|mitten||Glove that encases the thumb separately and the other four fingers together.|
|mohair||A yarn or fabric made from mohair typically mixed with wool.|
A mohair sweater.
|mottled||Having spots or patches of color.|
A bird with mottled brown plumage.
|patterned||Decorated with a repeated design; having a pattern or patterns.|
She wore leather trousers and a patterned shirt.
|robe||Clothe formally especially in ecclesiastical robes.|
A baby in christening robes.
|scarf||Wrap in or adorn with a scarf.|
A silk scarf.
|shirt||Put a shirt on.|
Smith increased his chances of a Great Britain shirt with a penalty shot save.
|skirt||Extend on all sides of simultaneously; encircle.|
The boat skirted the coast.
|smear||Cover a surface by smearing a substance over it.|
Smear the wall with paint.
|speckle||A small contrasting part of something.|
Speckle the wall with tiny yellow spots.
|spotted||Marked or decorated with spots.|
A red spotted handkerchief.
|striped||Marked with or having stripes.|
A green striped coat.
|sweater||A knitted garment worn on the upper body, typically with long sleeves, put on over the head.|
A close knit wool sweater for icy weather.
|sweatshirt||A loose, warm sweater, typically made of cotton, worn when exercising or as leisurewear.|
|undershirt||A collarless men’s undergarment for the upper part of the body.|
|variegate||Make more diverse or varied.|
The musicians variegate the pitch.
|variegated||Exhibiting different colours, especially as irregular patches or streaks.|
His variegated and amusing observations.
|vest||Become legally vested.|
The local planning authorities are vested with powers to regulate land use and development.
|waistcoat||A close-fitting waist-length garment, typically having no sleeves or collar and buttoning down the front, worn especially by men over a shirt and under a jacket.|