Definition of Dosses

1. Verb. (third-person singular of doss) ¹



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Definition of Dosses

1. doss [v] - See also: doss

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dosses

dosology
doss
doss-house
doss about
doss around
doss down
dossal
dossals
dossed
dossel
dossels
dosser
dosseret
dosserets
dossers
dosses (current term)
dosshouse
dosshouses
dossier
dossiers
dossil
dossils
dossing
dost
dosulepin
dot
dot-bomb
dot-com
dot-commer
dot-coms

Literary usage of Dosses

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1. The History of the British Empire in India by Edward Thornton (1843)
"If it be said that they received something, the dosses nothing, it is to be asked, how that affects the principle ? Justice or injustice is not measured by ..."

2. Public School Administration: A Statement of the Fundamental Principles by Ellwood Patterson Cubberley (1916)
"Supplementary dosses. For "left-overs," who are organized into special classes and taught ... Over-age dosses. For those markedly over-age in the grades, ..."

3. The Positive Philosophy of Auguste Comte by Auguste Comte, Harriet Martineau (1893)
"As for the other leading class, the mi dosses. active or practical, which comprehends the vast majority, its more complete and marked development has ..."

4. Public School Administration: A Statement of the Fundamental Principles by Ellwood Patterson Cubberley (1916)
"Supplementary dosses. For "left-overs," who are organized into special classes and ... Ungraded dosses. For elementary-school pupils who, for any reason, ..."

5. The American Journal of Education by Henry Barnard (1859)
"OS of tho •working classes, and in the rest cf the country for 1 in 9.2 of theso dosses, do- ducting .SO/HN) taught at endowed schools: 8. ..."

6. The Life and Correspondence of Henry St. George Tucker: Late Accountant by John William Kaye (1854)
"The creditors, for the most part, prudently took what they could get, which was, in most cases, more than they deserved. But the " dosses," claiming to be ..."

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