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Definition of Bowse
Bowse Bowse, n.
A carouse; a drinking bout; a booze.
BowseBowse Bowse, v. i. [See Booze, and Bouse.]
1. To carouse; to bouse; to booze. --De Quincey.
2. (Naut.) To pull or haul; as, to bowse upon a tack; to
bowse away, i. e., to pull all together.
Meaning of Bowse from wikipedia
- John Bower
(October 24, 1877 – October
27, 1962) was a Canadian
ice hockey goaltender
who pla**** for the Ottawa Hockey
from her bow. bowse
To pull or hoist. bow sea Seas approaching
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2013. Michael Burnett
(10 July 2014). "Spliff Bowse
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- His playing career officially ended after
the 1924 season. Over time, Bowse became
a m****ive heart attack
in 1947 forced...
- production, arrangement
(9) Sage Francis
– backing vocals
(3, 9, 10) Justin Bowse
Hall – guitar
(7), backing vocals
(9) The Ticklebomb
- Mrs. Clara
& Miss E.L. Hammon, Mrs. J. P. Enston, Mrs. C. X. Bowse
, Miss Emma Coyles, Master George Coyles
and Mrs. H. X. Marshall
- iron-shod stakes, driven triangularly
in the ground ; the tackle being bowsed
, kept the rope sufficiently
tight, and by persons easing
off the fall, as...
- Uí Rinn J Smiddy
0-5, Barry Lawton
0-2, E Clifford
0-2, M Bowens
0-1, A Bowse
0-1, Brian Lawton
0-1. T O'****ny 1-1, D Ring 0-2, D Crowley
0-2, C Dunne...
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