from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A familiar name for a dog.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See touser.
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Hi towser, the hairy man as in that scene from the 40 year old virgin?
Now I held king and queen, being three — a natural towser, making fifteen — and tiddy, nineteen.
Her mouth was rose-red and tolerable small, but always ready for a smile, and she was a slim, active creature, a towser for work, yet full of the joy of life and ready enough for a mite of pleasure if it came her way.
Then he starts hauling and mauling and talking to him in Irish and the old towser growling, letting on to answer, like a duet in the opera.
Eh? And with that he took the bloody old towser by the scruff of the neck and, by Jesus, he near throttled him.
Cruelty afflicts poor towser with hunger, overworks the gentle horse and severely goads the patient
Now I held king and queen, being three -- a natural towser, making fifteen -- and tiddy, nineteen.
Koala Bear: towser, interesting article and somewhat surprised that Japan have put a target deadline to win the 2050 World Cup ..