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But she was so engrossed by her surcoat that, for the moment, she did not ask herself the meaning of such indifference.
CATHERINE DE' MEDICIHONORE DE BALZAC
A knight in mailed armor and surcoat has met the fair, tall woman he (secretly) loves, on a turret stair.
Then came the Knight Marshal on a caparisoned steed, himself in a suit of gilt armour, and in a richly embroidered surcoat.
ENDYMIONBENJAMIN DISRAELI
The surcoat of the Black Prince, of embroidered velvet, still hangs above his monument, on which it is exactly reproduced.
NEEDLEWORK AS ARTMARIAN ALFORD
The heat and the gentle wind soon dried her armour of spines and surcoat of leaves.
The armour is in this MS. almost entirely mail, of the banded variety, worn beneath a surcoat, which is hardly ever emblazoned.
ARMOUR IN ENGLANDJ. STARKIE GARDNER
The shoulder-pieces, however, are rarely visible in illustrations and effigies, being much concealed by the surcoat.
ARMOUR IN ENGLANDJ. STARKIE GARDNER
The mail shows beneath a thick quilted surcoat over which the great ill-fitting shoulder and other body defences are fixed.
ARMOUR IN ENGLANDJ. STARKIE GARDNER
The surcoat bore, in several places, the arms of the owner, although much defaced.
THE TALISMANSIR WALTER SCOTT
He was all-armed and had a red surcoat, and rode a great shining bay horse.

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