Definition of Dowps

1. dowp [n] - See also: dowp



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dowps

downy cheat
downy chess
downy ground cherry
downy haw
downy manzanita
downy mildew
downy poplar
downy wood mint
downy woodpecker
downy yellow violet
downzone
downzoned
downzones
downzoning
dowp
dowps (current term)
dowral
dowress
dowresses
dowries
dowry
dowryless
dows
dowsabel
dowsabels
dowse
dowsed
dowser
dowsers
dowses

Literary usage of Dowps

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1. The Cambridge Modern History by Adolphus William Ward, George Walter Prothero (1908)
"... the appearance in June of an English fleet of men-of-war in the dowps, the intention of Louis to bring the fleet then employed off Algiers up the ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1826)
"... -dowps. The hail countenance is sickly and cadaverous ; and, if I'm no mista'en, his breath has a bad smell ; for malice haï aye a weak digestion, ..."

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