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Convoy, subst. 1) conveyance, means of transporting: “entertained my c.” All's IV, 3, 103. “to which place we have convenient c.” IV, 4, 10. “crowns for c. put into his purse,” H5 IV, 3, 37. “this sailing Pandar our doubtful hope, our c. and our bark,” Troil. I, 1, 107. which (cords) “must be my c.” Rom. II, 4, 203. “the winds give benefit and c. is assistant,” Hml. I, 3, 3.
2) attendance for defence in war: “at such a breach, at such a c.” H5 III, 6, 76.
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