- Also called dowsing rod [dou-zing] /ˈdaʊ zɪŋ/. divining rod.
- a person skilled in its use.
Origin of dowser
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Examples from the Web for dowser
These modes possibly include that which moves the dowser's rod.The Unpopular Review Vol. I
What then is the secret of the dowser's often remarkable success?Occultism and Common-Sense
To-day, however, the common belief is that the name is derived from the magic power of the 'Dowser' or Water-Finder.The Woodcraft Girls at Camp
Lillian Elizabeth Roy
Is this due to any special faculty in the dowser, or has the twig itself anything to do with it?
My dowser then found a small shack on the map where a communicator to the ship would be.Talents, Incorporated
William Fitzgerald Jenkins