towser

noun
tow·​ser | \ ˈtau̇zə(r)\
plural -s

Definition of towser

1 : a large dog great, lionhearted towser that he isSpringfield (Massachusetts) Union
2 : a large rough person especially : one full of energy often used in the phrase a towser for work

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