discover (v.) Old form(s): Discouer , discouered
spy, spot, make out
1H6 I.iv.12[Master Gunner to Boy] the English ... discover how with most advantage / They may vex us with shot or with assault
1H6 IV.iii.6[Messenger to Richard] By your espials were discovered / Two mightier troops than that the Dauphin led
AC IV.xii.2[Antony to Scarus] Where yond pine does stand / I shall discover all
CE I.i.92[Egeon to Duke] we discovered / Two ships from far, making amain to us
Cym IV.ii.130.1[Guiderius to Belarius] What company / Discover you abroad?
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