verb (used without object), dowed or dought [dout], /daʊt/, dow·ing.Scot. and North England.
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Capital Skates (Mackenzie King Bridge) and Dows Lake Pavilion offer skate hire, Monday to Sunday, 9am/10am–10pm.
His small office was in the rear of Mrs. Ely's residence which stood on the ground where the Dows and Ely block now is.
Mrs. Dows declares she has ridden the most fiery of steeds and taken them over the most dangerous jumps.News Writing|M. Lyle Spencer
His small office was in the rear of Mrs. Ely's residence, which stood on the ground where the Dows & Ely block now is.
The quarters were half a mile from the Dows' dwelling—which was two miles away.
The Dows' pew, being nearer to the entrance than the Reeds', gave up its occupants first.