Mantle vs. Coat

Mantle vs. Coat — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Mantle and Coat

Mantlenoun

A piece of clothing somewhat like an open robe or cloak, especially that worn by Orthodox bishops. Compare mantum.

Coatnoun

(countable) An outer garment covering the upper torso and arms.Wp

Mantlenoun

(figuratively) A figurative garment representing authority or status, capable of affording protection.

At the meeting, she finally assumed the mantle of leadership of the party.The movement strove to put women under the protective mantle of civil rights laws.

Coatnoun

(countable) A covering of material, such as paint.Wp

Mantlenoun

(figuratively) Anything that covers or conceals something else; a cloak.

Coatnoun

(countable) The fur or feathers covering an animal's skin.Wp

When the dog shed its coat, it left hair all over the furniture and the carpet.
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Mantlenoun

(malacology) The body wall of a mollusc, from which the shell is secreted.

Coatnoun

Canvas painted with thick tar and secured round a mast or bowsprit to prevent water running down the sides into the hold (now made of rubber or leather).

Mantlenoun

(ornithology) The back of a bird together with the folded wings.

Coatnoun

(obsolete) A petticoat.

Mantlenoun

The zone of hot gases around a flame.

Coatnoun

The habit or vesture of an order of men, indicating the order or office; cloth.

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Mantlenoun

A gauzy fabric impregnated with metal nitrates, used in some kinds of gas and oil lamps and lanterns, which forms a rigid but fragile mesh of metal oxides when heated during initial use and then produces white light from the heat of the flame below it. So called because it is hung above the lamp's flame like a mantel.

Coatnoun

A coat of arms.Wp

Mantlenoun

The outer wall and casing of a blast furnace, above the hearth.

Coatnoun

A coat card.

Mantlenoun

A penstock for a water wheel.

Coatverb

To cover with a coat of some material

One can buy coated frying pans, which are much easier to wash up than normal ones.

Mantlenoun

(anatomy) The cerebral cortex.

Coatverb

To cover as a coat.

Mantlenoun

(geology) The layer between the Earth's core and crust.

Coatnoun

an outer garment that has sleeves and covers the body from shoulder down; worn outdoors

Mantlenoun

A fireplace shelf; lang=en

Coatnoun

a thin layer covering something;

a second coat of paint

Mantlenoun

(heraldry) A mantling.

Coatnoun

growth of hair or wool or fur covering the body of an animal

Mantleverb

(transitive) To cover or conceal (something); to cloak; to disguise.

Coatverb

put a coat on; cover the surface of; furnish with a surface;

coat the cake with chocolate

Mantleverb

(intransitive) To become covered or concealed.

Coatverb

cover or provide with a coat

Mantleverb

(intransitive) To spread like a mantle (especially of blood in the face and cheeks when a person flushes).

Coatverb

form a coat over;

Dirt had coated her face

Mantlenoun

the cloak as a symbol of authority;

place the mantle of authority on younger shoulders

Mantlenoun

United States baseball player (1931-1997)

Mantlenoun

the layer of the earth between the crust and the core

Mantlenoun

anything that covers;

there was a blanket of snow

Mantlenoun

(zoology) a protective layer of epidermis in mollusks or brachiopods that secretes a substance forming the shell

Mantlenoun

shelf that projects from wall above fireplace;

in England they call a mantel a chimneypiece

Mantlenoun

hanging cloth used as a blind (especially for a window)

Mantlenoun

a sleeveless garment like a cloak but shorter

Mantleverb

spread over a surface, like a mantle

Mantleverb

cover like a mantle;

The ivy mantles the building