DOFF, verb transitive
1. To put off, as dress.
And made us doff our easy robes of peace.
2. To strip or divest; as, he doffs himself.
3. To put or thrust away; to get rid of.
To doff their dire distresses.
4. To put off; to shift off; with a view to delay.
Every day thou doffst me with some device.
[This word is, I believe, entirely obsolete in discourse, at least in the United States, but is retained in poetry.]