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How to use jerkin in a sentence
His jerkin was trimmed with gold lace, which he gave to Sir Richard Pecksal, the high sheriff.Fox's Book of Martyrs|John Foxe
He was endued with a buff jerkin, wore a broad belt and cutlass by his side, and carried a halberd in his hand.Quentin Durward|Sir Walter Scott
And there, in the hour of her extremity, her eye fell upon a young man in the crowd beneath, a youth in a 'prentice's blue jerkin.
You will lay aside the princely scarlet, and don the curt hose and blue jerkin, even as now you stand.
And the gay Franconian reached up and pulled a stray tag of Boris's jerkin, which hung down his back.