steel (n.) Old form(s): Steele
weapon of steel, sword
3H6 II.v.132[Queen to King, of Edward and Richard] bloody steel grasped in their ireful hands
H8 II.i.76[Buckingham to all] as the long divorce of steel falls on me / Make of your prayers one sweet sacrifice
JC III.ii.178[Antony to all, of Brutus] as he plucked his cursed steel away, / Mark how the blood of Caesar followed it
R2 III.ii.59[King Richard to Aumerle] For every man that Bolingbroke hath pressed / To lift shrewd steel against our golden crown
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