How to use dowsabel in a sentence
Mistress dowsabel is younger, smaller, less fearsome to the eye; indeed she is timorous and often full of fears herself.
"Thou thinkest me a sad coward, sister; and so perchance I am," said meek Mistress dowsabel.
It is no such heavy charge I would lay upon thee, yet it is one that thy aunt dowsabel would fear to undertake.
Mistress dowsabel wept feebly for a short while, and seemed disposed to start and tremble at every sound.
"I am glad to leave thee with thy aunt dowsabel, child," said Lady Humbert before she left.
British Dictionary definitions for dowsabel
an obsolete word for sweetheart
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