Definition of Lozens

1. lozen [n] - See also: lozen



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lozens

loyaller
loyallest
loyally
loyalness
loyalties
loyalty
loys
lozell
lozells
lozen
lozenge
lozenged
lozengelike
lozenges
lozengy
lozens (current term)
luanheite
luau
luaus
lubbard
lubbards
lubber
lubber's hole
lubber's line
lubber's mark
lubber's point
lubber line
lubberliness
lubberlinesses
lubberly

Literary usage of Lozens

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1. By Bothwell Banks: Some Chapters on the History, Archaeology and Literary by George Henderson, J Jeffrey Waddell (1904)
"During his ministry — 23rd February, 1764—the heritors' minutes record :—" Mr. Baillie reported that he had counted all the lozens of the church windows ..."

2. Life Studies of Character by John Kelso Hunter (1871)
"I began to look after other ways of getting milk, and used sometimes to make a raid on the milkhouse, in the window of which were three lozens which opened ..."

3. The Bookman (1898)
"... and taking one out, I let bang at the old woman's little lozens. There was a splinter of glass, and I waited to see if any one should come out to see ..."

4. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Courts of Exchequer and by Great Britain Court of Exchequer, Great Britain Court of Exchequer Chamber, Robert Philip Tyrwhitt (1837)
"... (b). deduct the costs of a witness called in the second for lozens, on the second count, were equally neces- ..."

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