Definition of Chowses
1. chowse [v] - See also: chowse
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Literary usage of Chowses
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1. ... Characters and Passages from Note-books by Samuel Butler (1908)
"This makes him venture to talk and scribble, as chowses do to play with cunning Gamesters, until they are cheated and laughed at. ..."
2. The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith, M. B.: Including a Variety of by Oliver Goldsmith (1837)
"This makes him venture to talk and scribble, as chowses do to play with cunning gamesters, until they are cheated and laughed at. ..."
3. Analyse des travaux de la Société des Philobiblon de Londres by Octave Joseph Delepierre, Philobiblon society (1862)
"Mémoires sur sa Cour 108 Chasse.—Poème sur la chasse ... 39 Chénier.—Sa tragédie du Charles IX. 49 Chine.—De l'imprimerie en ce pays . 22 chowses ..."
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