stand (v.) 13
make a stand [against], fight, resist
1H4 V.iii.29 [Hotspur to Douglas] Our soldiers stand full fairly for the day
1H6 I.i.123 [Third Messenger to all, of Talbot] Hundreds he sent to hell, and none durst stand him
1H6 IV.v.17 [John Talbot to Talbot] The world will say he is not Talbot's blood / That basely fled when noble Talbot stood
AW I.ii.15 [King to First Lord, of his gentlemen going into army service] freely have they leave / To stand on either part
Cor III.i.245 [Cominius to Coriolanus] manhood is called foolery when it stands / Against a falling fabric
Cor V.iii.74 [Coriolanus to Young Martius] stick i'th'wars / Like a great sea-mark, standing every flaw
Cym I.iii.13 [Cloten to Lords, of his opponent] The villain would not stand me
Cym V.iii.25 [Posthumus to Lord, of the youths' words to the Britons] stand, / Or we are Romans
Cym V.iii.60 [Posthumus to Lord] Who dares not stand his foe
E3 [Charles to King John, of their soldiers] Some that would stand let drive at some that fly
JC III.i.89 [Brutus to Metellus] Talk not of standing
KL II.ii.39 [disguised Kent to Oswald] Stand, you neat slave!