Definition of Bowsed

1. Verb. (past of bowse) ¹



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Definition of Bowsed

1. bowse [v] - See also: bowse

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bowsed

bownd
bownds
bowne
bowned
bownes
bowning
bowplane
bowplanes
bowpot
bowpots
bowr
bowrs
bows
bows out
bowse
bowsed (current term)
bowser
bowsers
bowses
bowshock
bowshocks
bowshot
bowshots
bowsing
bowsman
bowsmen
bowsprit
bowsprits
bowspritted
bowssen

Literary usage of Bowsed

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1. The Harvard Classics by Charles William Eliot (1909)
"... and bowsed away until the book was well entered; when these tackles were ... and all lying back at the chorus, we bowsed the tackles home, and drove the ..."

2. The Arena by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1904)
"We bowsed him a bord a wyn and a make The ben dell stood at the garden gate, ... we bowsed ane more groat, Jack milled the dell, bore her board of his boat! ..."

3. Down Channel: With Introduction by Dixon Kemp by Richard Turrill McMullen (1893)
"... and into the cringle of the second reef, and bowsed it aft; jammed the fall, while I lightened up the foot of the sail, and bowsed aft again until it ..."

4. Two Years Before the Mast, and Twenty-four Years After: A Personal Narrative by Richard Henry Dana (1869)
"... the falls of the tackles were stretched forward, and all hands tallied on, and bowsed away upon them until the book was well entered, when these tackles ..."

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