to sleep or lie down in any convenient place: We dossed in the park last night, but it started to rain in the early morning.
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How to use doss in a sentence
The second way,” doss adds, “is individual communications between Tamarod people and state institutions.
So there were plenty of places I could doss when I was young, free, and single.The Beatles’ Secretary, Good Ol’ Freda, Breaks Silence in Exclusive SXSW Interview | Marlow Stern | March 14, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Meet Willa doss, a beauty mogul who has struck gold with a line of facial products marketed to the tween set.Meet Willa Doss, The 12-Year-Old Beauty Mogul Behind The Willa Skincare Line | Lizzie Crocker | August 6, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
As Helles, Anzac and Tenedos have each been ruled out, we are going to doss down on this sandbank opposite us.Gallipoli Diary, Volume I | Ian Hamilton
This identification is to help Rosalind, as she may not be able to spot this particular doss-house among all she knows.Somehow Good | William de Morgan
As to the "fourpenny doss," its discomforts are probably mainly owing to its inmates.Highways and Byways in London | Mrs. E. T. Cook.
It was near midnight when Creed sought his patient mule at the rack, to find that doss Provine had ridden the animal away.Judith of the Cumberlands | Alice MacGowan
We'll treat him like a king, and give him first-rate grub and a doss fit for a bloomin' dook.Five Children and It | E. Nesbit
British Dictionary definitions for doss
(intr often foll by down) to sleep, esp in a dosshouse
(intr often foll by around) to pass time aimlessly
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