Definition of lowsin
: an act of stopping work seen my last lowsin — Charles Murray
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Origin and Etymology of lowsin
English dialect (northern) lowsin, lowsing, gerund of lowse to loose, stop work, from Middle English loosen, losen, lousen to loose — more at loose
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