Definition of Dowing

1. Verb. (present participle of dow) ¹



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Definition of Dowing

1. dow [v] - See also: dow

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dowing

dowelled
dowelling
dowels
dower
dowered
doweries
dowering
dowerless
dowers
dowery
dowf
dowfness
dowie
dowier
dowiest
dowing (current term)
dowitcher
dowitchers
dowl
dowlas
dowlases
dowle
dowles
dowless
dowlne
dowlnes
dowlney
dowls
down
down(a)

Literary usage of Dowing

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1. The Register Book of Marriages Belonging to the Parish of St. George by John Henry Chapmen, George John Armytage (1888)
"... Ann Kent June 18 Joseph dowing & Mary Sounding June 18 The Rev. Joseph Pote, of Milton, со. Kent, & Elizabeth Augusta Aitkens, of this parish. ..."

2. Ancient Ballads and Songs of the North of Scotland: Hitherto Unpublished by Peter Buchan (1875)
"Our John is dowing, &c. I fell'd my yellow fitted cock, And stov'd him well into the pot, And bade him drink the bree o' that, ..."

3. Select English Works of John Wyclif by John Wycliffe (1869)
"... j>ei shal have lore as j>ei have nede ; and )>us )>is dowing maki)> lore )>at ... doi)> )>is dowing muche profit ; for clerkes wolden not be so many but ..."

4. Provincial Medical & Surgical Journal (1841)
"He (Mr. dowing) could not understand upon what principle removal of the uvula and tonsils could relieve stammering ; and he thought Mr. Yearsley had brought ..."

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