- "In accordance to the principles of doublethink
- A close-fitting hip-length collarless jacket having no sleeves but often extended shoulders belted and worn over a doublet by men especially in the16th century.
- The king wore lambswool breeches and a quilted doublet yet somehow he looked as stiff and uncomfortable as if he had been clad in plate and mail.
- Close-fitting breeches or leggings reaching up to the hips and fastened to a doublet formerly worn by men.used only in the plural.
- With the reader's permission we will attempt to evoke in thought the impression he would have experienced in crossing with us the threshold of that great hall amid that throng in surcoat doublet and kirtle.
- The seal face of the flange of the up-and-down doublet tubule head shall be perpendicular to the oil collecting pipe and the allowable deviation of the verticalness shall not exceed3? Of the oil collecting pipe length.
- Man's garment of the16th and17th centuries; worn with a doublet.
- They were in full elizabethan costume including doublet and hose.
- In the times of the tudors a man dressed in doublet and hose and wore a ruff.
- The actor had to wear a doublet in the play.
- Newspeak doublethink the mutability of the past.
- Proton and neutron form a charge doublet.