cover (v.) Old form(s): couer , couer'd
put on one's hat [after it has been removed to show respect]
AYL III.iii.70[Touchstone to Jaques] pray be covered
AYL V.i.16[Touchstone to William] Cover thy head, cover thy head; nay, prithee, be covered
MV II.ix.44[Arragon to himself, of deserving honour] How many then should cover that stand bare
R2 III.ii.171[King Richard to all] Cover your heads
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