furnish (v.) Old form(s): furnish'd
dress, clothe, equip, fit out
1H4 V.iii.21[Hotspur to Douglas, of Blunt] Semblably furnished like the King himself
AYL III.ii.238[Celia to Rosalind, of Orlando] He was furnished like a hunter
AYL V.iv.204[Rosalind as Epilogue] I am not furnished like a beggar
MA III.i.103[Hero to Ursula, of head-dresses] Which is the best to furnish me tomorrow
RJ IV.ii.35[Juliet to Nurse] help me sort such needful ornaments / As you think fit to furnish me tomorrow
TC III.iii.33[Agamemnon to Diomedes] Furnish you fairly for this interchange
TG II.vii.85[Julia to Lucetta] take a note of what I stand in need of / To furnish me upon my longing journey
TNK II.iv.45[Pirithous to Arcite] I'll see you furnished [i.e. with clothes and equipment]
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