Laura has lost her tippet; I lend her mine, an' she kind o' blushes.
She has on a small flat hat, and a tippet over her shoulders.
"I shall wear my tippet when we go to the depot, and have a new hood," said Grace.
Perhaps the parasol was hers too, the coral beads, the muff and tippet!
One of her long sleeves she had untied from her tippet, and taken it off; the other remained.
So saying, she stripped off the white frock, hat, and tippet.
She had cast off her hood and tippet, and lay on her bed, her face turned to the wall.
But do thou first cover me in bed, and give me a tippet; I 'm cold.
The Cargan seems to have been a collar or tippet of chain-mail.
Laura has lost her tippet; I lend her mine, and she kind o' blushes.