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Definition of "dow" [dow]

  • To be worth. (verb)
  • To be of use, have value. (verb)
  • To have the strength for, to be able to. (verb)
  • To thrive, prosper. (verb)
  • To furnish with a dower; to endow. (verb)

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Use "dow" in a sentence
  • "Yet the dow is still well above 10,000 up from 6,000 when bush left."
  • "This means that with a Neigh­born­ode you can broad­cast a mes­sage to roughly every­one whose apart­ment win­dow is within 300 feet of yours (and has line of sight), and they can broad­cast mes­sages back to you."
  • "The man at the wheel lifted a bleary eye and blinked; then, unsteadily touching his forehead, answered: "Fe 'dow'-shtairs, shir.""