pluck (v.) 1
draw down, bring down
JC II.i.73 [Lucius to Brutus, of those with Cassius] their hats are plucked about their ears
Tem V.i.127 [Prospero aside to Sebastian and Antonio] I here could pluck his highness' frown upon you
TNK I.i.191 [Hippolyta to Queens] I should pluck / All ladies' scandal on me [i.e. be a disgrace to my sex]
TNK II.ii.7 [Arcite alone] such a vengeance / That ... all my sins / Could never pluck upon me
TNK V.i.53 [Arcite praying to Mars] who dost pluck / With hand armipotent ... / The masoned turrets