[tou-suh n]


a town in central Maryland, near Baltimore. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

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  • Within, Towson or Towser was inquiring earnestly into the breaking strain of ships' chains and tackle, and other such matters.

    Heart of Darkness

    Joseph Conrad

  • One of his pockets (bright red) was bulging with cartridges, from the other (dark blue) peeped 'Towson's Inquiry,' etc., etc.

    Heart of Darkness

    Joseph Conrad

  • Just as the order "charge," escaped his lips, came that destructive fire from Towson's battery.

  • The one directed against Towson's batteries near the water, came first within range, when a tremendous fire opened upon it.

  • Almost at the same instant Leavenworth executed a like movement, while Towson's battery poured canister into the British ranks.

    The Niagara River

    Archer Butler Hulbert