She's like her little cap, you know, and her little mantles and tippets.
These tippets are very highly esteemed, and are given or disposed of on important occasions only.
At the corners I met the Newton boys so wrapped in tippets that I could see only their eyes and the red ends of their small noses.
When Brother Woolsey and Tippets came through from the battalion last winter they saw the same horse near here.
The fur of the sable is very valuable, and is made into muffs and tippets, and pelisses for the Russian nobles.
To-day, tippets and scarfs are very little used, but they are very comfortable things to wear to school on a cold day.
It is notorious that in Ireland, time out of mind, tippets have been more generally worn than hoods in parish churches there.
These are two intense youths, who dress in cassocks and tippets all day long, and wear their berrettas everywhere.
A thousand slaves with golden girdles and tippets of velvet waited on him, and rich carpets were spread under him.
There was no fire, though the weather was cold; both children were wrapped in some poor shawls and tippets as a substitute.