chowle
Jowl Jowl (joul or j[=o]l), n. [For older chole, chaul, AS. ceaft jaw. Cf. {Chaps}.] The cheek; the jaw. [Written also {jole}, {choule}, {chowle}, and {geoule}.] [1913 Webster]

{Cheek by jowl}, with the cheeks close together; side by side; in close proximity. ``I will go with thee cheek by jole.'' --Shak. `` Sits cheek by jowl.'' --Dryden. [1913 Webster]


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