The girls were wrapped up in pelisses, but for all that they felt the cold.
After this we went into the garden, and pelisses were distributed.
There, ladies, pop the silks under your pelisses—there—quick.
The fur of this animal is greatly prized by the Russian clergy, for whom pelisses, covered with natural crosses, are made from it.
The fur of the sable is very valuable, and is made into muffs and tippets, and pelisses for the Russian nobles.
In another shop were two pelisses of faded lilac color; these were of modern cut and fashionably made.
Pelisses of ermine, ornaments of gold and silver, silken underclothing, seem to give the poets special pleasure in recording them.
Here was a pair of boys in knickerbockers, a pair in petticoats, a pair in pelisses, besides the thing in arms.
The skins with the down on them are prepared for pelisses; powder puffs are also made of it.
The Ambassador, with those who had pelisses, amounting to twenty in all, then followed the Grand Vizier and entered the palace.