n.1.See Clodpoll.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Gazing up at the balcony, Clotpoll and Nicholas call her a "device" and a "show." Yet, the cadre of roving masterless men and dissatisfied sons shatters this fantasy.
As Clotpoll puts it, the mountebank "sowed so much seed of knavery and cozenage here, that 'tis feared 'twill never out" (1.1 .sp93).
In an understatement, Clotpoll remarks, "This goes beyond the Blade and the Baton," to suggest the wider political and social ramifications for this scene.