douse[ dous ]SEE DEFINITION OF douse
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DOUSE
Jack was about to douse the light, but Hemming told him to let it burn on.
I mind a sentence in it that must have been a douse of cauld watter—toch!
If I could only lay in a crick—roll in it—douse my face in it—soak my clothes in it!
Douse your glim, mate; we'll be having them Zeppelins all over us.
Douse my to'-gallant top-lights but we'll have a skirmish now sure.
It was in payment of the fees in the great case of Parsons and Douse and some other matters.
Let us be shocked; it is a wholesome shock, like the douse of the sea, or the buffet of the wind.
My mind was too much occupied by the "Dead Man's Douse" for that.
It was a hells-bells-jingler of a rapid, that one above the "Douse."
But aren't you going to see me through the Dead Man's Douse?