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Cote-hardi

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A tight-fitting tunic buttoned down the front.

“He was clothed in a cote-hardi upon the gyse of Almayne [Germany].”—Geoffroi de la Tour Landry.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Coryphæus of German Literature (The)
Coryphæus of Grammarians
Coryphée
Cosa (plu. Cosas)
Cosmiel
Cosmopolite
Cosset
Costard
Costard
Costermonger
Cote-hardi
Cotereaux (French)
Coterie
Cotillon (co-til-yon)
Cotset
Cotswold Barley
Cotswold Lion
Cotta
Cottage Countess (The)
Cottage Orné (A) (French)
Cottys