It passed right through Hector's shield and corselet, and might have proved fatal, had the hero not quickly bent aside his body.
Armed as he was with corselet, cuissarts, and headpiece, he sank to trouble them no more.
One Onthophagus decorates his corselet with Florentine bronze; another wears garnets on his wing-cases.
My corselet was torn open under the iron hoofs of the horses.
Sergius' head-piece was gone, but he glanced at his own corselet and then at Decius.
He is able to pierce a corselet with his eye; he talks like a knell, and his hum is a battery.
Ivan drew from his necktie his breast-pin, and with it closed the countess's corselet.
Suppose the bee stung in the rear of the corselet and paralysed.
Their corselet, and the mail worn under it, were of a piece, and put on together.
corselet, pearl-grey, with five rows of fine black dots, which are the roots of stiff bristles pointing backwards.