Part of speech: noun

A long outer garment or cloak.

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Usage examples "pelisse":

  1. " We are getting on," he said, placing the pocket- book in the pocket of the pelisse. - "Timar's Two Worlds", Mór Jókai.
  2. I could not but partake of the pleasure which she received from the gentle pressure of his arm when she put hers within his, saying, " I am glad, dear, you like my pelisse so much." - "The Talkative Wig", Eliza Lee Follen.
  3. I lasted well for some years, but my sleeves, at last, became threadbare; soon after, there were actual holes in them, and holes also in my waist; I was, I must confess, a shabby- looking pelisse. - "The Talkative Wig", Eliza Lee Follen.