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Definition of: douse

(dous) v. doused, dous·ing v.t.
1. To plunge into water or other liquid; dip suddenly; duck.
2. To drench with water or other liquid.
v.i.

3. To become drenched or immersed. See synonyms under IMMERSE.
noun A ducking or drenching. Also spelled dowse.
[Origin unknown]

Definition of: douse

(dous)
See DOWSE2.

Definition of: douse

(dous) v.t. doused, dous·ing
1. To strike; give a blow to.
2. Naut. To take in or haul down quickly, especially a sail.
3. Colloq. To take off, as clothes.
4. Colloq. To put out; extinguish. [Cf. MDu. dossen beat, strike]

Definition of: douse

(doomacrs) Scot.
See DOUCE.

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