He had a chape farm, and could afford to wallow like a swine in filth and laziness.
To cut the matter short, he tould me the skipper had sould me as chape as a speckled orange!
At the other end of the girdle was a metal attachment or chape which gave it consistency where it was most required.
"Och ay, ye'll can easy get a wee no' awfu' strong yin frae the country, chape," said Erchie.
That chape (a cape or mantle) she had on must have cost as pretty a sum as would have bought a flock of sheep.
Ah, thin, just a chape deal coffin, shure—wid a few archangels on the lid.
I'll go with you now to a chape hotel, and won't charge you nothin'.
I saw a scabbard in Joló, which had a pearl as large as a musket-ball at the end of the chape.
They must run a chape little thing to the Dargle, about two miles away, along the roadside, just as Balfour showed them the way.
The chape was the only protection against bad weather at a period when umbrellas and covered carriages were unknown.