convoy (n.) Old form(s): conuoy
means of transport, method of conveyance
AW IV.iii.88[Bertram to all] I have ... entertained my convoy
AW IV.iv.10[Helena to Widow and Diana, of Marseilles] to which place / We have convenient convoy
H5 IV.iii.37[King Henry to all] he which hath no stomach to this fight ... his passport shall be made, / And crowns for convoy put into his purse
Ham I.iii.3[Laertes to Ophelia] as the winds give benefit / And convoy is assistant, do not sleep / But let me hear from you
RJ II.iv.187[Romeo to Nurse, of a rope-ladder] Which to the high topgallant of my joy / Must be my convoy in the secret night
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