Did you perchance mean low?
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“In the last five days we had but one meal a day, composed at first of about a quarter of a pound of walrus or seal meat, but lately of "kow" -- that is, the thick hide of the walrus, with a thin cover of short hair on it, such as is seen on the old fashioned seal-skin trunks.”
“Next time I'll get the water chestnut lobster kow, which is not spicy.”
“It’s called kow-towing to the demands of a “civilized society”.”
“As the hunters got nothing, we were without even our "kow" the next day, with the prospect of remaining without food until Eeglee-leock and Nanook got back from”
“You kow, I thought about you and your theory (ten II is Eleven) last night when I saw the first pictures of Eleven.”
“And it is a message that, unless you kow-tow to an old order, this is what will happen to you.”
“I feel ashamed and embarassed, that I didn't kow how many important legislative bills that Senator Kennedy was involved in for the american people.”
“In order to achieve that you must stop kow-towing to the special interests and to the Republicans who absolutely do not have the best interest of the American people at heart!”
“But we are all in the kow-tow. on January 31, 2010 at 6: 21 pm Dave”
“Also, in the absence of an instrument, Michael would sing to the prompting and accompaniment of Steward's voice, who would begin by wailing "kow-kow" long and sadly, and then branch out on some old song or ballad.”
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Turned this up on etymonline.com (link). It's amazing.
1937, coined in the fantasy tales of J.R.R. Tolkien (1892-1973).
On a blank leaf I scrawled: 'In a hole...
good weird words to use hard letters and lots of vowels
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