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- n. Plural form of dross.
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It would look as if we had determined upon a public day, in the very face of it, were we to appear in full drosses: the contrary, therefore, was agreed upon yesterday.
DOWNS: Isn't that a beautiful part of memory, the fact that it drosses out the bad pretty much, and what you remember is the golden moments, by and large?
The road over the Numero runs around the north side of the Tablas hill, drosses the river, and then mounts the slope of the hill.