Definition of Gowled

1. Verb. (past of gowl) ¹



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Definition of Gowled

1. gowl [v] - See also: gowl

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gowled

gowf
gowfed
gowfer
gowfers
gowfing
gowfs
gowk
gowks
gowl
gowlan
gowland
gowlands
gowlans
gowlare
gowlares
gowled (current term)
gowling
gowls
gown
gownboy
gownboys
gownd
gowned
gowning
gownless
gownlike
gownmaker
gownmakers
gownman
gownmen

Literary usage of Gowled

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1. The fireside encyclopaedia of poetry: Comprising the best poems of the most by Henry Troth Coates, Rea (1881)
"... He gowled at the carle, and chased him away To feed wi' the deer on the mountain gray. He gowled at the carle, ..."

2. Tales and Sketches by James Hogg (1819)
"... When crowned with the rose and clover leaf, He gowled at the carle, and chased him away To feed wi' the deer on the mountain gray. ..."

3. Red-letter Poems by English Men and Women by Thomas Young Crowell (1885)
"... gowled at the carle, and chased him away, To feed with the deer on the mountain gray. le gowled at the carle, ..."

4. The Poets and Poetry of Scotland: From the Earliest to the Present Time by James Grant Wilson (1875)
"... He gowled at the carle, and chased him away To feed wi' the deer on the mountain gray. He gowled at the carle, ..."

5. The Home Book of Verse, American and English, 1580-1918 by Burton Egbert Stevenson (1918)
"... Till he lapped the blood to the kingdom dear; And weening his head was danger-proof When crowned with the rose and clover leaf, He gowled at the carle, ..."

6. Little Masterpieces of English Poetry edited by Henry Van Dyke, Hardin Craig (1905)
"... When crowned with the rose and clover leaf, He gowled at the carle, and chased him away To feed wi' the deer on the mountain gray. ..."

7. The Worthies of Cumberland by Henry Lonsdale (1873)
"... I forgat the black messet, and gowled ... hear aw the speeching, But they gowled sec a guid'n that nin o' them spak. ..."

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