As soon as the struggling boy rose to the surface, Edward shouted, "Take hold of that tippet and I'll pull you out!"
Laura has lost her tippet; I lend her mine, an' she kind o' blushes.
The tippet is mentioned as a portion of ecclesiastical costume in the 74th canon of 1603.
She had cast off her hood and tippet, and lay on her bed, her face turned to the wall.
Dr. Ridley then took off his gown and tippet, and gave them to his brother-in-law, Mr. Shipside.
She and her companions wore short petticoats, and a kind of tippet on their shoulders.
Laura has lost her tippet; I lend her mine, and she kind o' blushes.
The dress of the men consists of a robe, a tippet, a shirt, long leggings and moccasins.
Matilda dressed herself in her very smartest and for the first time donned the musquash toque, tippet and muff she had been given.
The tippet is the most elegant article of Indian dress we have ever seen.
c.1300, of unknown origin; perhaps from Old English tæppet "carpet, hanging."