Order for me at Poissy a couple of coifs, with gold and silver crowns, such as they have made for me before.
"Good by, marshal," she said curtly, and covered up her face in her coifs.
They wore long cloaks; their features concealed greatly by their wide-topped hats and the coifs they wore beneath.
For the younger folk about her there was tennis, and also games of hazard with forfeits of girdles and coifs to the ladies.
Buy some coifs, handkerchiefs, or very good bonelace, mistress?
They were tall and gaunt, black-robed, and their faces were dim yellow ovals in the shadows of their coifs.
Another, such as the pea, coifs itself in a kind of casque, whose visor must be raised.
Coifs; linen bought, perhaps for night caps, or to wear under his bonnet.
In their gala dresses they knelt on the muddy bank, their coifs and aprons blown about in the wind.
The next moment a line of nuns in their coifs passed close by them with quick and silent steps.