We accompanied him to the ante-chamber, where he hurriedly put on his pelisse, and again his eyes seemed to avoid mine.
I was wrapped in my pelisse, and effectually eluded observation.
My quilt and my pelisse and my cloak were spread out so that I might lie spokewise, with my feet towards the central fire.
Next day she spent some of the stolen money on a baby's bonnet and pelisse.
My rapid movement in stooping had caused the despatch which I was carrying to fall out of the pocket of my pelisse.
Fig. 80 is the pattern embroidered on the sleeve of the pelisse.
Now go and get your pelisse and bonnet put on, for the carriage will soon be at the door.'
This pelisse reaches to the knees, and is well open in front.
Yes; it is a pelisse of peculiar cut, with hanging sleeves, and fastened by a silk band and buckle.
"We are getting on," he said, placing the pocket-book in the pocket of the pelisse.