The kirtle is ornamented with Indian embroidery, with tracings of gold, and her sandals are tied with golden strings.
He sheareth a deal from his kirtle meet, To make her sandals for her feet.
Marvellous clasps of gold and silver in the kirtle on her breasts and her shoulders and spaulds on every side.
She was richly dressed in a kirtle of vermeil silk, broidered with gold, and her mantle was worth the spoil of a king's castle.
She had taken her wedding-ring from her finger, and wore it on a chain, within her kirtle, so as to excite no inquiry.
Springing with a bound over the kirtle, he seized Blacket House in the act of flight.
The first item of the habit of the Order of the Garter is successively described as tunic, coat, surcoat, and kirtle.
Of a sudden she dropped her gaze once again to the hem of her kirtle, and felt fumblingly for the crucifix at her waist.
He was of a dainty person; clad mostly in a kirtle of light watchet-colour, thick set with loose points.
A kirtle surrounds her waist, and falls with a feather fringe down to just above the knees.