dowser

[ UK /dˈa‍ʊzɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. forked stick that is said to dip down to indicate underground water or oil
  2. someone who uses a divining rod to find underground water
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How To Use dowser In A Sentence

  • That ilk aren't left, right or middle and they couldn't care less because they're without a moral compass, relying instead on the guidance of a cash dowser that they whittle up for themselves under the tutelage of sc**bags like Goldschmidt and others who perpetuate the cycle of pro abusus publico. Good morning, sycophants (Jack Bog's Blog)
  • To find dead bodies, I simply have to dowse for them with a forked piece of wood or wire, like dowsers do for water. Silver Zombie
  • This is an excellent analysis indeed of why the unconsciously faking dowser is not aware of how he/she is producing the movement of the dowsing device.
  • Yet there was no denying either the dowser's sincerity or his supreme confidence. DEATH SPEAKS SOFTLY
  • Every dowsing organization, or dowser, that we have contacted, has ignored this offer.
  • The alleged psychic ability of dowsing is said to enable dowsers to locate underground substances or objects.
  • The dowser was looking as dazed and embarrassed as I felt, thank God. Dancing with Werewolves
  • They would not be fooled by my claim that I knew the tunnels because I was a dowser. Wildfire
  • Dowsers tracking an ‘energy line’ at a neolithic henge at Knowlton, Dorset have found a stone they believe may once have been standing.
  • The error is, WindowsError: [Error 123] The filename, directory name, or volume label syntax is incorrect. eggheadcafe.com articles
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