adjective, noun, verb (used with or without object) South Midland U.S.
Words nearby lown
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Examples from the Web for lown
Doctors like Newman and Lown may be gaining a more prominent voice in the national conversation.PSA Testing, Like a Lot of Other Procedures, May Do More Harm Than Good, Some Doctors Argue|Casey Schwartz, Clark Merrefield|May 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The wind has died down, and through the lown midnight air I heard the Auld Kirk clock strike the hour of twelve.Betty Grier|Joseph Waugh
No want of lown places there, in which the creatures could lie with wool or hair unruffled among surrounding storms.
Why,” he exclaimed, in a lowered voice, “that lown tore your pretty shirtwaist!Mountain Blood|Joseph Hergesheimer