/ (ˈaʊər) /
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preposition, adverb, adjective
a Scots word for over
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How to use ower in a sentence
I'm saying—my lads—will ye gie ower this weary warrk a wee whilee and sheer a wheen sheep to me?It Is Never Too Late to Mend|Charles Reade
A gust o' win' is skirlin' the noo, and as we luik ower the faem, the haar is risin', weetin' the green swaird wi' misty shoo'rs.
Laith will the lassie be to weet her bonny shoon, but lang ere the play'll be ower she'll wat her hat aboon.
He persuaded me that the Atlantic is an ower large body of water to roll between two lovers, and I agreed with all my heart.
He stepped out upon the road, but there was naebody there; he gaed a' ower the gairden, but na, nae black man.