dosser

[ UK /dˈɒsɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. someone who sleeps in any convenient place
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How To Use dosser In A Sentence

  • The bus skirted the town, passing a cluster of dossers drinking out of brown paper bags.
  • He knew that the ruling class are in some ways as much outsiders as vagrants and dossers, which is why the landowner has a sneaking sympathy for the poacher.
  • Maigret and the Dosser maigret et le clochard the 88th episode of the maigret saga Maigret and the Bum
  • A happy dosser was nosing along the lane and Mr. Mack watched with lenient disdain. At Swim, Two Boys
  • If you had only met your dad once - at the visitor center of the local nick, your mum was an alcoholic, tattooed, drug smoking tart that shacked up with a number of alcoholic loser/dossers that have an encyclopaedic knowledge of the benefit system … Gadget Election Thought For Today « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • I sat there fearing the worse on day one and envisaged all the stereotype dossers sitting in my class.
  • Darling posed in front of the irrelevant SLAM beds waffling about this, “free floating number”, avoiding the dosser hovels they stuff heroes into, the family accommodation. Drowning In Lies
  • For incompetents and dossers prosper only at the expense of good workers.
  • Norman influence is evident in the blind pointed arches supported by dosserets and slim columns and the horizontal and arched mouldings, which are reminiscent of buildings in Palermo erected during the monarchy.
  • A bitch and a slag apparently, because I was laughing with Kate so she thought I was going to be a bit of a dosser and was probably laughing at her. The Art of the Chocolatier
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