Then came forth a likely knight, and well apparelled in scarlet furred with minever.
Well, my worthy dealer in minever, what do you say now to the Lorraine jokes?
And this cope, with a border and hood of minever, came to be the official academical costume.
Ermine, minever and other animals of that tribe supplied the best hair for the brushes required for very minute work.
Five—a cloak of fur turned up with minever, a gold goblet with stand and cover, and a box of rose-colored sugar.
Scarlet and green were particularly reserved for the order of knighthood, as well as ermine, minever, and some other furs.
I would crave your acceptance of a pretty mantle of crimson silk lined with minever.
But in a plain frock of dark satin trimmed with minever bands, she looked exceedingly noble and lovely.
They did so, and entering, found the earl lying on his mantle of minever, which covered him.
Here perhaps are two or three daggers of more than ordinary workmanship, and there a silver cup or a hood lined with minever.