colours (n.) Old form(s): Colours
colour-ensigns, standard-bearers
2H6 V.i.1.2[stage direction] Enter York and his army of Irish, with drum and colours
3H6 V.i.58.1[stage direction] Enter Oxford, with drum and colours
AW III.v.73.1.1[stage direction] Drum and colours.
Cor I.iv.1.2[stage direction] Colours, with Captains, and Soldiers, as before the city
Cor V.vi.71.1[stage direction] Enter Coriolanus, marching with drum and colours
H5 III.vi.85.1[stage direction] Drum and colours
Ham V.ii.356.2[stage direction] Enter Fortinbras ... with his train of drum, colours, and attendants
Mac V.ii.1.1[stage direction] Drum and colours
R2 III.ii.1[stage direction] Drums; flourish and colours
R3 V.ii.1.2[stage direction] Enter Richmond ... and others, with drum and colours
Tit I.i.1[stage direction] then enter below Saturninus and his followers at one door, and Bassianus and his followers at the other, with drums and colours
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