Definition of Chowsed

1. chowse [v] - See also: chowse



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chowsed

chowders
chowed
chowhound
chowhounds
chowing
chowkidar
chowkidars
chowline
chowlines
chowri
chowries
chowris
chowry
chows
chowse
chowsed (current term)
chowses
chowsing
chowtime
chowtimes
choy sum
chrch
chrematistic
chrematistics
chreotechnics
chresard
chresards
chresmologue
chresmologues
chrestomathic

Literary usage of Chowsed

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1. Journal of the Gypsy Lore Society by Gypsy Lore Society (1889)
"... Transformed t' a Frenchman by my art ; He stole your cloak, and picked your pocket, chowsed and ..."

2. Elements of Latin Pronunciation: For the Use of Students in Language, Law by S[amuel] S[tehman] Haldeman (1851)
"... This dipthong occurs in the old English word chowse, and a person who chowsed was named a Chaucer. 121. EV, the second labial dipthong, is preserved in ..."

3. Hudibras by Samuel Butler, Henry Morley (1886)
"... Transformed t' a Frenchman by my art; He stole your cloak, and picked your pocket, chowsed and ..."

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