Definition of Frowster
1. one who frowsts [n -S] - See also: frowsts
Lexicographical Neighbors of Frowster
frowster (current term)
Literary usage of Frowster
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1869)
"I must beg of you to recollect yourself, sir," said Mr frowster, ... I am quite aware of your professional etiquette, Mr frowster—I would be the last to ..."
2. All in it: "K(1)" Carries on by Ian Hay (1917)
"... participants: — (1) In winter it is much warmer below the earth than upon its surface, and Thomas Atkins is the most confirmed "frowster" in the world. ..."
3. The Visitation of the County of Gloucester: Taken in the Year 1623 by Henry Chitting, John Philipot, William Camden, John Maclean, College of Arms (Great Britain) (1885)
"II 2. James Huntley set. 26. S.Walter Huntley set. 25. of frowster in com. Gloc. ARMS.—Ermine, a chevron between three ..."
4. Round about My Garden ; The Incomplete Angler by Francis Cowley Burnand (1876)
"... frowster, whom I see in the shop. She bows to me civilly, and nicely enough. I enter the sitting-room. My Aunt is there before me. ..."