bonnet (n.) Old form(s): Bonet
hat, cap
AYL III.ii.363[Rosalind as Ganymede to Orlando] your bonnet [should be] unbanded
Cor III.ii.73[Volumnia to Coriolanus] Go to them with this bonnet in thy hand
E3 V.i.78[Copland to King Edward, of his behaviour] Copland ... / Is come to France, and with a lowly mind / Doth vail the bonnet of his victory [i.e.show submission, as if by taking off the hat]
H5 IV.i.204[disguised King Henry to Williams] Give me any gage of thine, and I will wear it in my bonnet
Ham V.ii.93[Hamlet to Osrick] Put your bonnet to his right use
MV I.ii.70[Portia to Nerissa, of Falconbridge] I think he bought ... his bonnet in Germany
R2 I.iv.31[King Richard to all, of Bolingbroke] Off goes his bonnet to an oyster-wench
Ven.1081Bonnet nor veil henceforth no creature wear
Ven.1087[of Adonis] he [would] put his bonnet on
Ven.339[of Adonis] with his bonnet hides his angry brow
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