Definition of Lowser
1. lowse [adj] - See also: lowse
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lowser
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Literary usage of Lowser
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1887)
"There's the law For five months noo been white wi' snaw, And, when we lookit for a thaw An" lowser weather, It's gatherin' for anither fa' As black as ever! ..."
2. The History of Maryland: From Its First Settlement, in 1633, to the by John Leeds Bozman (1837)
"... concerning the good of our said province and of the people there ; And lowser, we do hereby give and grant full power and lawful authority unto him our ..."
3. A Treatise on the Specific Performance of Contracts by Edward Fry (1892)
"C'lowser, 6 C. §§ 1288, 1289. PD 376. 1 Perriam v. Perriam, 32 WR 4 Consider the observations of 369 ..."
4. The Comparison of Adjectives in English in the XV and the XVI Century by Louise Pound (1901)
"II 272. more higher, ib. II 302. more bolder, ib. II 438. more lowser . . . more weaker, Ascham Tox. 121. more flatter, ib. 136. more dili- genter, ..."
5. The Library Magazine (1887)
"There's the law For five months tu»o been white wi' snaw, Aud, when we lookit for a thaw An' lowser weather, It's gallic-rill' for ..."
6. Vignettes; a Miniature Journal of Whim and Sentiment: A Miniature Journal of by Hubert Crackanthorpe (1896)
"Last March the "lowser" and his wife and his four children moved over to Southwark; the lodger at No. 5 is in work again; and now the quiet of seclusion is ..."