In war they cover the doublet with an haubergeon, a glaon, a large hat of iron, and other armour usual in that country.
He took the huddled inmate by the collar of his doublet, and lugged him out into the open.
Not that the quality was better than her usual wear, but doublet and hose were so different on her.
He took his prisoner by the breast of his doublet and shook him.
My horse had fallen, my doublet was torn, there was little left save good spirits and the hope of better days.
Then he thrust his own right hand with its pistol back into the breast of his doublet.
Her doublet was of the same purple velvet as her hat, trimmed in lace and gold braid.
With my own hands I effected in my doublet the slight repair of which it stood in need.
But Anglides privily gat her husband's doublet and his shirt, and that she kept secretly.
But every man wore a shirt of mail under his doublet or jerkin.
doublet dou·blet (dŭb'lĭt)
A pairing of two lenses to optically correct a chromatic and spherical aberration.