Definition of Owche

1. =OUCH [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Owche

ovulists
ovulite
ovulites
ovulocyclic
ovulode
ovulum
ovum
ovum implantation
ovum transport
ow
ow'st
oware
owch
owche (current term)
owches
owd
owe
owed
owedness
owel
owelties
owelty
owensite
ower
owerby
owerloup
owerloups
owers

Literary usage of Owche

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1. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1913)
"Whether the owche had been dropped in Castle, mead, or river was past determining; and who knew that It lay where it was dropped? When we had haunted every ..."

2. Memorial of the Most Reverend Father in God Thomas Cranmer, Sometime Lord by John Strype (1812)
"The one enameled blac, the other gold: having an owche of golde, ... with an owche of Antique, fet with xiiij ... with an owche, fet with a fayer table ..."

3. Memorials of ... Thomas Cranmer, sometime lord archbishop of Canterbury by John Strype (1812)
"The one enameled blue, the other gold: having an owche of golde, fet with a great rockey ... enameled blac, with an owche, fet with a fayer table ..."

4. The Statutes at Large from the Magna Charta, to the End of the Eleventh by Great Britain (1762)
"... ring, garter, nor owche, ribband, chains, nor no iich other things of gold nor ... buttons, »r owche of gold, ribband, girdle, nor none other apparel, ..."

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