mount (v.)
ascend, rise up, climb
2H4 IV.iii.54[Falstaff to Prince John] let me have right, and let desert mount [pun: 55]
2H6 III.i.22[Queen to King, of Gloucester] should you fall, he is the next will mount
H5 IV.i.104[disguised King Henry to Bates, of the King] his affections are higher mounted than ours [i.e. they soar higher]
Tit II.i.13[Aaron alone, of Tamora] mount aloft with thy imperial mistress, / And mount her pitch
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