Definition of Towser

1. n. A familiar name for a dog.



Definition of Towser

1. Proper noun. A given name for a dog. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Towser

1. a hauler [n -S] - See also: hauler

Lexicographical Neighbors of Towser

townwards
townwear
townwide
towny
towpath
towpaths
towplane
towplanes
towrope
towropes
tows
towsack
towsacks
towse
towsed
towser (current term)
towsers
towses
towsier
towsiest
towsing
towsy
towt
towted
towting
towtruck
towtrucks
towts
towy
towze

Literary usage of Towser

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Arcade Echoes: Selected Poems from the Virginia University Magazine, 1856-1890 by Thomas Longstreet Wood (1894)
"I'd sauntered in quite trim and spruce, When on a sudden, oh, my trouser, I felt thee seized where thou'rt most loose— I tarried there with towser. ..."

2. The Mission of Love; Lost; and Other Poems: With Songs and Valentines by Caris Sima (1882)
"towser, THE night is dreary, cold and dark ; The elements fierce warfare wage. ... It is the voice of towser. The tempest howls and shrieks with rage ..."

3. Diary and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys, F.R.S.: Secretary to the by Samuel Pepys, Richard Griffin Braybrooke (1855)
"... towser—sent no by a surgeon. 19th. Mr. Cutler come, and walked and talked with me a great while: and then to the 'Change together; and it being early, ..."

4. The Dog in British Poetry by Robert Maynard Leonard (1893)
"VI TREACHEROUS towser THERE dwelt a farmer in the west, As we're in story ... Armed with a staff, his russet coat, And towser by his side— Early and late he ..."

5. Webster's Little Folks' Speaker: Comprising Many Standard Pieces, as Well as by Webster (1875)
"towser held hia head still, and when the bee came close to his nose towser winked at me, as if he said, "You see what this fellow is ..."

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