Definition of Chowsed
1. chowse [v] - See also: chowse
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chowsed
Literary usage of Chowsed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
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 ..."