A kit, or pochette, in the shape of the violin; Italian, about 1600.
However, the pochette also was sometimes made in the shape of a fish.
Two handkerchiefs of different colors are placed in the pochette on the left side.
"We ought to make Pochette's Crossing by daylight, or a little after—with luck," he said.
We rode and rode, and handed out our experiences to each other, and got to Pochette's that night.
Well, then, we got to Pochette's—I think I have remarked the fact.
Pochette himself looked worried when we trooped in to breakfast.
While we were smoking, over by the fireplace, Pochette came sidling up to us.
Frosty yelled to Pochette to come and get busy, and went to work on the rig.
Pochette helped us like a little man—he had to, or we'd have done him up right there.