(Doz"enth) a. Twelfth. [R.]
(Doz"er) n. One who dozes or drowses.
(Doz"i*ness) n. The state of being dozy; drowsiness; inclination to sleep.
(Doz"y) a. Drowsy; inclined to doze; sleepy; sluggish; as, a dozy head. Dryden.
(Doz"zled) a. [&radic71.] Stupid; heavy. [Obs. or Prov. Eng.] Halliwell.
(Drab) n. [AS. drabbe dregs, lees; akin to D. drab, drabbe, dregs, G. treber; for sense 1, cf. also
Gael. drabag a slattern, drabach slovenly. Cf. Draff.]
1. A low, sluttish woman. King.
2. A lewd wench; a strumpet. Shak.
3. A wooden box, used in salt works for holding the salt when taken out of the boiling pans.
(Drab), v. i. [imp. & p. p. Drabbed ; p. pr. & vb. n. Drabbing.] To associate with strumpets; to
wench. Beau. & Fl.
(Drab), n. [F. drap cloth: LL. drappus, trapus, perh. orig., a firm, solid stuff, cf. F. draper to drape,
also to full cloth; prob. of German origin; cf. Icel. drepa to beat, strike, AS. drepan, G. treffen; perh.
akin to E. drub. Cf. Drape, Trappings.]
1. A kind of thick woolen cloth of a dun, or dull brownish yellow, or dull gray, color; called also drabcloth.
2. A dull brownish yellow or dull gray color.
(Drab), a. Of a color between gray and brown. n. A drab color.
(Drab"ber) n. One who associates with drabs; a wencher. Massinger.
(Drab"bet) n. A coarse linen fabric, or duck.
(Drab"bish), a. Somewhat drab in color.