gauntlet (n.)
armoured glove protecting the hand and wrist
2H4 I.i.146[Northumberland to all] A scaly gauntlet now with joints of steel
3H6 IV.vii.75[stage direction, of Montgpmery] He throws down his gauntlet
Ham V.ii.219.4[stage direction] attendants with foils, daggers, and gauntlets
KJ V.ii.156[Bastard to all, of English women] Their thimbles into armed gauntlets change
KL IV.vi.90[Lear to all] There's my gauntlet
TC IV.v.177[Hector to Menelaus] By Mars his gauntlet, thanks!
TNK III.vi.64[Arcite to Palamon] But use your gauntlets
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