bowse

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[ bous, bouz ]
/ baʊs, baʊz /

verb (used with object), bowsed, bows·ing.Nautical.

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Definition for bowse (2 of 2)

bowse2
[ booz, bouz ]
/ buz, baʊz /

noun, verb (used with or without object), bowsed, bows·ing.

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British Dictionary definitions for bowse

bowse
/ (baʊz) /

verb

a variant spelling of bouse
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