come off (v.) Old form(s): comming
leave the field of combat, disengage
Cor I.vi.1[Cominius to Soldiers] We are come off / Like Romans, neither foolish in our stands / Nor cowardly in retire
H5 III.vi.72[Gower to Fluellen, of military combatants] who came off bravely
KJ V.v.4[Lewis the Dauphin to all] bravely came we off
TNK V.iii.103.2[Emilia to Servant, of the combatants] They are coming off
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