bowse

[v] - haul with a tackle
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Bowse

Bowse intransitive verb [ See Booze , and Bouse .] 1. To carouse; to bouse; to booze. De Quincey. 2. (Nautical) To pull or haul; as, to bowse upon a tack; to bowse away, i. e. , to pull all together.
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Bowse

Bowse noun A carouse; a drinking bout; a booze.
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bowse

bouse verb haul with a tackle
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Bowse

• (n.) A carouse; a drinking bout; a booze. • (v. i.) To pull or haul; as, to bowse upon a tack; to bowse away, i. e., to pull all together. • (v. i.) To carouse; to bouse; to booze.
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Bowse

To pull or hoist.
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Bowse

To pull or hoist.
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Bowse

To drink.
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