from The Century Dictionary.
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John III. has his head encircled by the ducal crown, his hair long, his genouillières, cuissarts, &c., of plate armour.
Armed as he was with corselet, cuissarts, and headpiece, he sank to trouble them no more.
I, the Fool, stood there as arrogant as any knight, whilst with his noble hands the Lord of Pesaro, kneeling, made secure the greaves upon my legs, the sollerets with golden spurs, the cuissarts and the genouilleres.