He wore brown clothes and a brown 20 tie the same shade as his hair, and a brown cap with a vizor which had fallen on the ground.
Then the unknown knight for a brief instant raised his vizor.
Miltoun heard her with his peculiar look, as of a man peering through a vizor.
Before him stood the figure of a knight, clad in black armor and with vizor down.
Warbeck's vizor was up, and all the settled sternness of his soul was stamped upon his brow.
He was a belted knight, but his features could not be seen as his vizor was down.
And now the vizor is up: the lance is in rest (Gillott's iron is the point for me).
At his feet are a vizor and a pair of gauntlets, these also carved in black marble.
He was in despair because the steel cap was not a proper helmet, but only a morion without a vizor to let down.
And that other—all armed, with vizor down—the steed that bore him foaming with haste, as if his hoof had scarce touched ground?