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Dismount, 1) to alight from a horse: Tit. II, 3, 76. V, 2, 54.
2) to throw down (from a horse): “your horse would trot as well, were some of your brags --ed,” H5 III, 7, 84.
3) to remove cannon from their carriages; hence: d. thy tuck (== draw thy rapier from the scabbard), Tw. III, 4, 244. Figuratively: “his eyes he did d.” Compl. 281; cf. v. Compl. 281
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