cote (v.) Old form(s): coated
[from the movement of dogs in hare coursing] overtake, outstrip, pass by
E3 IV.iv.24[Audley to Prince Edward, of the French] Philip, the younger issue of the king, / Coting the other hill in such array [or: coating = covering]
Ham II.ii.317[Rosencrantz to Hamlet, of the Players] We coted them on the way
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