doff (v.) Old form(s): doffe
throw off, get rid of, do away with
KJ III.i.128[Constance to Austria, of his lion skin] Doff it for shame
Mac IV.iii.188.1[Ross to Malcolm] Your eye in Scotland / Would ... make our women fight / To doff their dire distresses
RJ II.ii.47[Juliet as if to Romeo] doff thy name
TC V.iii.31[Hector to Troilus] doff thy harness, youth
TS III.ii.99[Baptista to Petruchio, of Petruchio's clothing] doff this habit
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