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Douglas, - Dragon-like,
Down-gyved: “his stockings fouled, ungartered, and d. to his ancle,” Hml. II, 1, 80. Steevens: "hanging down like the loose cincture which confines the fetters round the ancles." Q3. 4 down-gyred, which would be == rolled up down to his ancle (but gyre is no Shakespearian word).