Dosser, dos′er, n. a rich hanging of tapestry for the walls of a hall or of a chancel: a pannier.
At any moment her presence in that pannier might be betrayed.
There is no pannier under thine arm; hast thou sold all thy flowers?'
And to the men upon the waist-deck he shouted, "Open me that pannier."
He began slowly unpacking the pannier, and laying its contents out on the mound.
At least, matters are no worse than when you were in the pannier.
Then she laid the child in the pannier with a soft cushion under, and a silk cloth over her, so that she lay there happily.
I fear my beautiful specimens are spoiled in the pannier here.
I shall put my bed in one pannier and my carpet bag and India-rubber things in the other.
Take your rods and pannier, and go for a couple of hours' fishing.