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Scarf, subst. a silken ornament hung loosely on the shoulders or any part of the dress: rich s. to my proud earth (viz the rainbow) Tp. IV, 82. “under your arm, like a lieutenant's s.” Ado II, 1, 198. “the beauteous s. veiling an Indian beauty,” Merch. III, 2, 98. “to see thee wear thy heart in a s. It is my arm,” As V, 2, 23. “with --s and fans and double change of bravery,” Shr. IV, 3, 57. “the --s and the bannerets about thee,” All's II, 3, 214. “bound in thy s.” All's II, 3, 214 “that jackanapes with --s,” III, 5, 88. “had the whole theoric of war in the knot of his s.” IV, 3, 163. “you are undone, all but your s.” IV, 3, 163 “matrons flung gloves, ladies and maids their --s and handkerchers upon him,” Cor. II, 1, 280. “Cupid hoodwinked with a s.” Rom. I, 4, 4. “pulling --s off Caesar's images,” Caes. I, 2, 289.
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