Definition of frock :
1. A coarse gown worn by monks or friars, and supposed to take the place of all, or nearly all, other garments. It has a hood which can be drawn over the head at pleasure, and is girded by a cord.
2. A loose outer garment; especially, a gown forming a part of European modern costume for women and children; also, a coarse shirtlike garment worn by some workmen over their other clothes; a smock frock; as, a marketman's frock.
3. To clothe in a frock.
4. To make a monk of. Cf. Unfrock.
wearing apparel, put on
clothing (part of speech: noun)
footgear, pull-over, chapeau, cloak, hat, housecoat, mackintosh, bowler, shawl, pinafore, halter, corset, camisole, wrapper, smock, beret, fedora, panties, wrap, boot, cape, bathrobe, overcoat, sarong, dinner jacket, garment, raiment, parka, ensemble, gown, bonnet, poncho, coat, evening gown, sari, clothing, greatcoat, array, scarf, pea coat, blouse, dressing gown, slicker, kilt, shorts, pillbox, burnoose, tuxedo, raincoat, vesture, Afghan, pants, windbreaker, shirt, sweat shirt, trench coat, v-neck, vestment, pyjamas, crinoline, trousers, jacket, dress, costume, shoes, kimono, homburg, smoking jacket, blue jeans, Stetson, doublet, brassiere, stockings, fur, turtle-neck, slacks, caftan, Jersey, trimming, petticoat, fez, sweater, duds, t-shirt, skirt, suit, topcoat, robe, apparel, clothes, garb, sports coat, chemise, nightgown, blazer, outfit, pajamas, jumper, attire, ulster, habit, sweat suit, tunic, headdress
- So they started, Lucy in her prettiest frock and hat and Jane with her big red cloak over her arm to protect the young girl from the breeze from the sea, which in the early autumn was often cool, especially if they should sit out on Mrs. Cavendish's piazza. - "The Tides of Barnegat", F. Hopkinson Smith.
- Then he put on his old smock- frock, and came back to the great men, and said, Do ye not now see? - "Household Tales by Brothers Grimm", Grimm Brothers.
- There, it's growing late, and I've got to change my frock. - "The Mynns' Mystery", George Manville Fenn.