"m. b. coat" Definition

  1. (_i.e._, Mark of the Beast,) a name given to the long surtout worn by some of the clergy,—a modern Puritan form of abuse, said to have been accidentally disclosed to a High Church customer by a tailor’s orders to his foreman.

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Position in the dictionary: 2099 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: m.p., m.t., mab, mace, maceman, madza, mag, maggoty, magsman, mahcheen
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