dowse definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To use a divining pole to look for underground liquid or nutrients.
    • To use the dipping or divining pole, such as search of liquid, ore, etc.
  • verb:
    • Variant of douse1.
    • To plunge, or duck into liquid; to submerge; to douse.
    • To beat or thrash.
    • To use the dipping or divining rod, as with search of water, ore, etc.
    • slacken
    • use a divining pole searching for underground liquid or material
    • wet completely
    • address with fluid; pour liquid onto
  • noun:
    • A blow on the face.
    • A blow on the face.
    • See douse.
    • seeking underground liquid or minerals through the use of a dowsing pole
  • verb-transitive:
    • To plunge, or duck into liquid; to submerge; to douse.
    • To beat or thrash.
  • others:
    • See douse.

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