Definition of Nowts

1. nowt [n] - See also: nowt



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nowts

nowhere
nowhere else
nowhere to be found
nowheres
nowhile
nowhither
nowise
nowl
nowls
nown
nowness
nownesses
nows
nowthe
nowts (current term)
nowy
noxa
noxae
noxal
noxes
noxious
noxious trade
noxiously
noxiousness
noxiousnesses
noxiptiline
noxythiolin
noy
noyade

Literary usage of Nowts

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1. A Glossary of Words Used in the Wapentakes of Manley and Corringham by Edward Peacock (1877)
"Nowt 'at 's owt, not of any value. ' Fling it upo' th' fire, it 's nowt 'a 's owt.' Nowt o' all nowts, a person utterly worthless and depraved. ..."

2. Breakfast, Dinner, and Tea: Viewed Classically, Poetically, and Practically by Julia C. Andrews (1860)
"... Of pungent pepper rather less ; In all things, best to shun excess. 6 Bubbly Jock—a turkey cock. t Caller nowts feet—fresh cow heels. ..."

3. Manual of the Administration of the Madras Presidency by Madras (Presidency) (1885)
"... (which is the name of a grain measure) is sometimes divided into 20 nowts. A nowt of land is supposed to require a nowt of seed. ..."

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