The Collaborative International Dictionary
Discase \Dis*case"\, v. t.
To strip; to undress.
vb. (context archaic English) To strip; to undress.
Usage examples of "discase".
Not one of themThat yet looks on me, or would know me Ariel,Fetch me the hat and rapier in my cell:I will discase me, and myself presentAs I was sometime Milan: quickly, spirit.