He had begun his practice early, and had worked in a stuff gown till he was nearly sixty.
At thirty-seven he had been sitting in a stuff gown on a back bench in the Court of King's Bench.
I find great comfort in my stuff gown, but I hope you do not wear yours too often.
They do not consider a hat or a stuff gown necessary, for they are not in the least ashamed of being servants.
His tap was answered by a fresh-coloured woman, neatly clad in a stuff gown.
There was but one brilliant action that she could perform,—to quit a palace for a cell, and rich garments for a stuff gown.
It has also a broad collar, whereas the stuff gown is suspended from shoulder to shoulder.
Once he bought her a stuff gown, which she came near ruining by weeping over it, it was such a delight.
Doctors of Divinity and Masters of Arts wear a stuff gown, with two long sleeves, terminating in a semicircle.
Pierrette wore a stuff gown with a chemisette, Bathilde made the velvet of hers undulate.