A few days after Pascal's death, a servant discovered this profession sewed into a fold of his master's waistcoat, pourpoint.
I had but time to seize Michelot by the collar of his pourpoint and draw him towards me.
The pourpoint was worn over the hauberk, but sometimes it was worn alone, the hauberk being omitted for the sake of lightness.
"And I, 'Swim my friend,'" cried the advocate, laughing like the gap of a pourpoint.
Dick-o'-the-Gyves attempted to trip him up, John Catchpole seized him by the collar of his pourpoint.
He has a large black cap on his head, and his pourpoint, mantle, and wide and embroidered sleeves are yellow.
We find the names of the gambeson, hacqueton, and pourpoint, and sometimes the jacke.