Definition of Dovers

1. dover [v] - See also: dover



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dovers

dovekeys
dovekie
dovekies
dovelet
dovelets
dovelike
doveling
doven
dovened
dovening
dovens
dover's powder
dovera
dovered
dovering
dovers (current term)
doves
doveship
dovetail
dovetail joint
dovetail plane
dovetailed
dovetailing
dovetailings
dovetails
dovie
dovier
doviest
doving
dovish

Literary usage of Dovers

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1. Shakespeare Jest-books: Reprints of the Early and Very Rare Jest-books by William Carew Hazlitt (1864)
"JACKE OF dovers QUEST OF INQUIRIR WHEN merry Jacke of Dover had made his privie search for the Foole of all Fooles, and making his ..."

2. Proceedings of the Tennessee Pharmaceutical Association by Tennessee Pharmaceutical Association (1908)
"2 grains of quinine and 2l/2 grains of dovers powders ? Ans.—The Federal Food and Drug Inspection classes dovers powders as one of the preparations of opium ..."

3. Towns of New England and Old England, Ireland and Scotland: ... Connecting by Allan Forbes (1920)
"DOVER, MASSACHUSETTS FORTY-FOUR American and Colonial dovers, including the Maine and Massachusetts dovers and possibly the New Hampshire Dover, ..."

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