knot (n.) Old form(s): knotte
company, band, assembly
JC III.i.117[Cassius to all] shall the knot of us be called / The men that gave their country liberty
MW III.ii.46[Ford to all] Trust me, a good knot
MW IV.ii.111[Ford to all] There's a knot, a ging, a pack, a conspiracy against me
R3 III.i.182[Richard to Catesby, of Lord William] His ancient knot of dangerous adversaries / Tomorrow are let blood at Pomfret Castle
R3 III.iii.5[Grey to Ratcliffe, of Ratcliffe and his associates] A knot you are of damned bloodsuckers
Tim III.vi.89[Timon to Lords] You knot of mouth-friends!
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