from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Tanner's ooze. See ooze, 3.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of ooze.
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"owse," as David called it, when thus describing Mr. Sutherland's progress in corporal development; for he took a fatherly pride in the youth, to whom, at the same time, he looked up with submission, as his master in learning.
The silliness of so much space opera is balanced here by a grimness that owse a good deal to the Black Mask school of writing.
Mo re det ails, pl ease ju st br owse o ur we b si te
What I mainteen is, 'at though they div weir awa' the rocks, that's nae mair their design nor it's the design o 'a yewky owse to kill the tree whan he rubs hit's skin an' his ain aff thegither. "