casque, caske (n.)
helmet
Cor IV.vii.43[Aufidius to Lieutenant, of Coriolanus] not moving / From th'casque to th'cushion, but commanding peace
H5 I.chorus.13[Chorus] the very casques / That did affright the air at Agincourt
R2 I.iii.81[John of Gaunt to Bolingbroke] the casque / Of thy adverse pernicious enemy!
TC V.ii.173[Troilus to Ulysses, of Diomedes helmet] Were it a casque composed by Vulcan's skill, / My sword should bite it
Tit III.i.169[Marcus to Titus and Lucius] Which of your hands hath not defended Rome ... / Writing destruction on the enemy's casque? [F, Q1 castle]
TNK III.vi.62.3[Palamon to Arcite] My casque now
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