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doss down

slang To lie down and sleep. I was so tired that I just dossed down in the middle of the living room.
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doss down (for some time)

Sl. to lie down to sleep for a period of time. Chuck dossed down for a few hours before the evening performance. It's midnight: time to doss down.
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doss down

verb
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Even on holiday I am expected to doss down on the floor or a couch.
He certainly did not have an open house at his presbytery for all and sundry to come in and doss down.
It belongs to the AMERICANS - and if he doesn't doss down there the US Embassy will ask for this chunk of our heritage back.
However - and doubtless to Mrs Straw's relief - she selflessly agreed to doss down on the floor so the Foreign Secretary could kip in comfort.
My first thought was that he was a homeless man looking for somewhere to doss down, but I didn't want to hang around to find out for sure.
The Chancellor, known as a bachelor slob, was happy to make his SIX-bedroom flat available to them and doss down in the Premier's pad.
However - and doubtless to the Foreign Secretary's relief - she selflessly agreed to doss down on the floor so he could kip in comfort.
GANGSTER Mad Frankie Fraser has been forced to doss down with students during the festival after being banned from the city's guest houses and hotels - despite being a performer.
While he and Spencer doss down in Ian's fish and chip van, old Nana Moon is dispatched to the Slaters where their idea of seasonal joy is sitting around candles in their overcoats.
THE Justice Minister is moving into a building where drunks and vagrants doss down for the night, the Mirror can reveal.
She said: "Every night I doss down I fear I'll get attacked or raped.
He had just arrived in the city from the tiny outback town of Wiluna 600 miles away and was about to doss down in the park when he was slashed around the body, head and throat.