See also: Ulster
Named after the Ulster Overcoat Company of Belfast, Northern Ireland (Ulster), the original maker of this type of coat.
ulster (plural ulsters)
- (clothing, men's attire) A long, loose overcoat made of wool or other rough material, often called a greatcoat, which sometimes features an attached shoulder cape covering the back and sleeves, and which can sometimes be buttoned in front.
1891, Arthur Conan Doyle, A Scandal in Bohemia, Norton, published 2005, page 32:
- I hardened my heart and took the smoke-rocket from under my ulster.