drowsihead

[ drou-zee-hed ]
/ ˈdraʊ ziˌhɛd /

noun Archaic.

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Origin of drowsihead

First recorded in 1580–90; drowsy + head
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Example sentences from the Web for drowsihead

  • He can barely mean, that a condition of drowsihead is other than providently warned by laughter of friends.