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Definition of trenchcoat

trenchcoat

noun

  • "outcast"; "freak". Origin: from a group of people on the submitter's campus who wear black trenchcoats.

    Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by K P. from Hartford, CT, USA on Dec 21 1997.

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