Jowl

the jaw, especially the lower one [Collins]

Jowl

• (n.) The cheek; the jaw. • (v. t.) To throw, dash, or knock.
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Jowl

Jowl noun [ For older chole , chaul , Anglo-Saxon ceaft jaw. Confer Chaps .] The cheek; the jaw. [ Written also jole , choule , chowle , and geoule .] Cheek by jowl , with the cheeks close together; side by side; in close proximit...
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Jowl

Jowl transitive verb To throw, dash, or knock. [ Obsolete] « How the knave jowls it to the ground.» Shak.
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jowl

[n] - a fullness and looseness of the flesh of the lower cheek and jaw (characteristic of aging)
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