Definition of Dowsabels
1. dowsabel [n] - See also: dowsabel
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Literary usage of Dowsabels
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of Criticism and Literary Taste in Europe from the Earliest Texts by George Saintsbury (1902)
"... we need not in the least excite ourselves, any more than when we find him dallying with the dowsabels of Renaissance school-criticism. ..."
2. A Year Among the Circassians by John Augustus Longworth (1840)
"... engaged in the operation of folding them; a number of half-veiled, loosely-clad dowsabels, of truly Amazonian proportions, (reminding me ..."
3. History of Criticism and Literary Taste in Europe: From the Earliest Texts by George Saintsbury (1902)
"... any more than when we tind him dallying with the dowsabels of Renaissance school-criticism. In the first place, the thing had to be done; ..."
4. The Lamentatyon of Mary Magdaleyne: Text, with Critical Introduction by Bertha Marian Skeat (1897)
"Kulturhistorisch interessant ist die Beschreibung der Bildung und der Kleidung dowsabels: The silke well couth she twist and twine. ..."