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Synonyms for doff

take off


Synonyms for doff

to take from one's own person

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Ev hard to impres WHEN Alexander the Great saw the size of his domain he wept - for there more worlds to Even the most hard-to-impress cavemen doffs his furry cap to a man who conquered most of the known world before dying aged 33.
HUNKn Becksina skintight surf suit and, right, chunkier sidekick Gordon SUPPING IN SYNC J At basketball game in May HEAD BOY J Gord doffs cap to Becks I WILL FOLLOW J On Jimmy Kimmel; and pair in their matching outfits
And when Stallone -- who wrote and directed this do-or-die comeback vehicle for himself -- finally doffs his robe for the climactic boxing match, any derision we may still have turns to awe.
I think that Prospero dons and doffs this Neoplatonic bias at will; looking at Alonso, Antonio, and Sebastian, he knows what, in Macbeth, King Duncan says after betrayal by the original Thane of Cawdor: "There's no art / To find the mind's construction in the face.
When a man of such bulk and wearing such headgear doffs, you stay doffed.
An exhibit of photographs and other memorabilia will honor prominent early Rhode Island dance educators including Bertha Carr, Christine Hennessey, Doffs Holloway, Fannie Helen Melcer, and Lydia Pettine.