verb (used without object)
Origin of doss
Definition for doss (2 of 2)
Origin of DOS
Examples from the Web for doss
The second way,” Doss adds, “is individual communications between Tamarod people and state institutions.
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Well, Bella; Doss here will tell you what we was thinking of; he puts things clear like.
"I'm not satisfied with you, old girl," said Mr. Doss, shaking his head mournfully.
Now Doss had wondered much of late what had become of her master.
There was an end to their conversation after that, and Doss fell asleep on her knee.
Near the foot of the bed was a dent in the crimson quilt, and out of it Doss' small head and bright eyes looked knowingly.