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dow

verb \ˈda\
dought \ˈdat\ or dowed \ˈdad\ dow·ing

Definition of DOW

intransitive verb
chiefly Scottish
:  to be able or capable
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Origin of DOW

Middle English dow, deih have worth, am able, from Old English dēah, dēag; akin to Old High German toug is worthy, is useful — more at doughty
First Known Use: before 12th century

Rhymes with DOW

Dow

noun \ˈda\

Definition of DOW

First Known Use of DOW

1949

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July 29, 2015
indomitable Hear it
incapable of being subdued or conquered
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