Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of frowst.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of frowst.

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Examples

  • Hill as a "frowst"; Kinloch hung upon his side of the wall four pretty reproductions of French engravings, and with the help of three yards of velveteen and some cheap lace he made a very passable imitation of the mantel-cover in his mother's London boudoir; John scorned velveteen, lace, "frowsts," and French engravings.

    The Hill A Romance of Friendship

  • And yet because of it one wallowed in Sunday and whole-holiday "frowsts."

    The Hill A Romance of Friendship

  • Scaife bought sporting prints, a couple of Detaille's lithographs, and an easy-chair, known to dwellers upon the Hill as a "frowst;" Kinloch hung upon his side of the wall four pretty reproductions of French engravings, and with the help of three yards of velveteen and some cheap lace he made a very passable imitation of the mantel-cover in his mother's London boudoir; John scorned velveteen, lace, "frowsts," and French engravings.

    The Hill A Romance of Friendship

  • And yet because of it one wallowed in Sunday and whole-holiday "frowsts." [

    The Hill A Romance of Friendship

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