Definition of Lowsit
1. lowse [v] - See also: lowse
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lowsit
lowsit (current term)
Literary usage of Lowsit
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Poems of William Dunbar by William Dunbar, George Powell McNeill (1893)
"85—lowsit,//. pp. loosed, struck off, 157. 36. Lour, v. inf. 166. 69. Louse, a. loose (in the bowels), 27. 467, 484. Lout, v. inf. bow down, stoop, ..."
2. Scot. Text S. by Scottish Text Society (1905)
"... the wif is at hir liberte, ande the anne lowsit ande departed from the other ; nocht that the woman suld nocht haif pouer to marye vnto a ..."
3. The Catechism of John Hamilton by Catholic Church, John Hamilton, Thomas Graves Law (1884)
"... be dissolvit and lowsit agane be ony divorcement or ... it is lowsit be the dede of the ane of thame, ..."