trophy (n.) Old form(s): Trophee, Trophees
token of victory, evidence of valour
H5 V.chorus.21[Chorus, of King Henry] Giving full trophy, signal, and ostent / Quite from himself to God
H5 V.i.68[Gower to Pistol, of the leek] worn as a memorable trophy of predeceased valour
JC I.i.69[Flavius to Marullus, of the statues] let no images / Be hung with Caesar's trophies
LC.218[of gifts from the woman's suitors] all these trophies of affections hot
Tit I.i.391[Lucius to dead Mutius] Till we with trophies do adorn thy tomb

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