Definition of lumberjacket in US English:

lumberjacket

noun

  • A warm, thick jacket, typically in a bright color with a check pattern, of the kind worn by lumberjacks.

    • ‘He wore a lumberjacket and had a forehead that betrayed a wonderful sense of humor.’
    • ‘The other drove a 1972 Dodge Duster and wore a Lumberjacket and Jeans.’
    • ‘Their fashion embarrassments involved medallions and leisure suits, ours were about greasy hair, Kodiaks and lumberjackets.’
    • ‘Greendale is Young's idea of Shangri-La, where lumberjackets are always in style and girls with far-out tree-hugger names grow up to be ecologically responsible cheerleaders instead of SUV-driving mall rats.’
    • ‘A lumberjacket that she believes could have assisted her in identifying the accused also apparently went missing while in the possession of the police, and its location is still unknown.’

Pronunciation

lumberjacket

/ˈləmbərˌdʒækət//ˈləmbərˌjakət/