costard (n.)
[jocular: large kind of apple] head
KL IV.vi.241[disguised Edgar to Oswald, adopting a country accent] I'ce try whether your costard or my ballow be the harder
LLL III.i.68[Mote to Armado, of Costard] Here's a costard broken in a shin
MW III.i.14[Evans alone, of Caius] I will knog his urinals about his knave's costard
R3 I.iv.156[First Murderer to Second Murderer, of Clarence] Take him on the costard with the hilts of thy sword
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