Monday, 22 October 2012

Entry: anorak (n.)

In context: "By the time Johnette Foltz could break away and get over to them, the fellow had Erdedy by his anorak's insulated lapels and was leaning him way back over the edge of the Literature table so that Erdedy's waterproof lodge boots were off the ground, and the fellow's face was right up in Erdedy's face in a show of naked aggression..."

Definition: A weatherproof jacket of skin or cloth, with hood attached, worn by the Inuit in Greenland; a similar garment elsewhere.


SNOOT score: 1
Page: 506

Source: Oxford English Dictionary   

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