mantle (n.)
loose sleeveless cloak
1H6 II.ii.2[Bedford to all, of night] Whose pitchy mantle overveiled the earth
3H6 IV.ii.22[Warwick to all] well covered with the night's black mantle
AC II.v.22[Cleopatra to Charmian, of Antony] I ... put my tires and mantles on him
Cym V.v.362[Belarius to Cymbeline] Arviragus ... was lapped / In a most curious mantle
H8 V.v.1.7[stage direction] the child richly habited in a mantle
Ham I.i.167[Horatio to Marcellus and Barnardo] the morn in russet mantle clad
JC III.ii.171[Antony to all, of Caesar's cloak] You all do know this mantle
Luc.170[Tarquin] Throwing his mantle rudely o'er his arm
MND V.i.141[Quince to all, of Thisbe] as she fled, her mantle she did fall
PP.6.9[Adon] Anon he comes, and throws his mantle by
RJ III.ii.15[Juliet alone] Hood my unmanned blood, bating in my cheeks, / With thy black mantle
TNK I.i.63[Theseus to First Queen] Not Juno's mantle fairer than your tresses
TNK V.iii.25[Emilia to Theseus and Hippolyta, of darkness cloaking Palamon and Arcite] casting her black mantle over both
WT V.ii.32[First Gentleman to others] the mantle of Queen Hermione's
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