- coat of arms
- an emblazoned surcoat
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Examples from the Web for coat armour
But if he condescend and clothe him in her coat-armour, then is she honoured in vrit.Long Will
Nor have I ever met with an example of it in French coat-armour.
A horn or trumpet borne in this shape in English and German coat-armour.
Glaon, in German, was perhaps a kind of coat-armour made of many folds of quilted cloth, such as our gambisons.Early Travels in Palestine
Arculf et al.
Peter Le Neve spent his life in gathering important papers about coat-armour and pedigrees.The Great Book-Collectors
Charles Isaac Elton and Mary Augusta Elton