Definition of Coutilles
1. coutille [n] - See also: coutille
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coutilles
Literary usage of Coutilles
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Toronto "called Back", from 1886-1850: Its Wonderful Growth and Grogress by Conyngham Crawford Taylor (1886)
"... Jeans and coutilles, imported by corset makers for use in their factories—20 pc 20 pc adval. Cotton, 42 inches wide and over, imported by manufacturers ..."
2. The Ancient Régime by Hippolyte Taine (1881)
"quarters of the ground remains waste; almost all the houses in Brolle are in ruins,only half-crumbling gables being visible; at coutilles and at ..."
3. Ancient Armour and Weapons in Europe: From the Iron Period of the Northern by John Hewitt (1860)
"... grands coutilles, et venoient Forest of Dean. There are many briefs entre leurs gens d'armes et leurs archers, to this effect in Rymer. qui leur ..."