Definition of Dowsed

1. Verb. (past of dowse) ¹



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Definition of Dowsed

1. dowse [v] - See also: dowse

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dowsed

downzoned
downzones
downzoning
dowp
dowps
dowral
dowress
dowresses
dowries
dowry
dowryless
dows
dowsabel
dowsabels
dowse
dowsed (current term)
dowser
dowsers
dowses
dowset
dowsets
dowsing
dowsing rod
dowsing rods
dowsings
dowst
dowsts
dowt
dowts
dowve

Literary usage of Dowsed

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1. Transactions (1866)
"The said Jane Barlow, 40 years old, would be dowsed again to clear herself, but in the great close Pond, because she said that was not enchanted as Dungeon ..."

2. Transactions by Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society (1866)
"The said Jane Barlow, 40 years old, would be dowsed again to clear herself, but in the great close Pond, because she said that was not enchanted as Dungeon ..."

3. England and the English in the Eighteenth Century: Chapters in the Social by William Connor Sydney (1891)
"... 1709, the following circumstance :— Being St. Barnabas Festival and Whitsun Eve, one Thomas Holmes of Horninghold, a labourer, was dowsed three times ..."

4. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1859)
"... the Publishers earnestly request that the Authors of the Poem' bearing the following Numbers will dowsed their Menuscripts to MESSES. ..."

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