Definition of Gowder
1. gowd [adj] - See also: gowd
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gowder
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Literary usage of Gowder
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American and English Encyclopedia of Law by David Shephard Garland, John Houston Merrill, Charles Frederic Williams, Thomas Johnson Michie (1888)
"gowder, 22 Ga. 353' The property carried to market is often increased in value, ... gowder, 22 Ga. 353 ; Eastman v. Harris, 4 La. Ann. 193; Davis v. ..."
2. Alexander Pope by Leslie Stephen (1902)
"The piles of shattered rock that hung above the pass of gowder gave him a sense of danger as well as of sublimity, and reminded him of the Alps. He glanced ..."
3. The Tourist's New Guide: Containing a Description of the Lakes, Mountains by William Green (1819)
"... where the main features are Wallow Crag, Falcon Crag, and gowder Crag. Beyond gowder Crag is the Seat, the highest ground separating Derwent Water from ..."
4. Tourists' Guide to the English Lake District by Henry Irwin Jenkinson (1879)
"Some adventurous tourists will also enjoy a rough, romantic scramble up the gowder Crag side of the stream, and thus gain the summit of the latter height, ..."