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doublet: close-fitting body-garment, with or without sleeves, worn by men from the 14th to the 18th cent. Tp. II. i. 108;—“ and hose,” typical male attire; also, a kind of undress, or dress for active pursuits, implying absence of the warm cloak, or the dignified gown or long coat Wiv. III. i. 46 “in your and hose! this raw rheumatic day?,” AYL. II. iv. 6 “ and hose ought to show itself courageous to petticoat.”
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