(1) I had returned to London on the Tuesday before the big match, with fifty quid in my pocket and the promise of a couch to doss on in some old friend's dingy Zone 4 dive.(2) He made a doss for me on the veranda where I could lie during the day and stare into the still garden.(3) Of course, not having any income or a regular job meant that I was always broke and after a while it got embarrassing to doss down at friends' pads.(4) It was then privately-owned and I suppose letting him doss there saved them paying for a separate night watchman.(5) And here is the couch where ya can doss for a few nights.(6) Tents were a luxury that most couldn't afford in those pre-wars days, preferring a doss in a cave or on the floor of a roadman's hut.(7) He heads for a dirty hut in the country where he can doss down and eke out a living.(8) After much consternation and consultation, it was arranged that the Queen would doss down with a wealthy family.(9) all I've seen her do so far is doss around(10) It is home to up to ten visitors each night who doss down in comfortable knowledge that they'll be waking to a mountain-sized breakfast!(11) they thought being a student was a great doss(12) We'd save money by hitching and sleeping in train stations or anywhere we could doss down for a couple of hours.(13) I had nowhere to live and was dossing at his place.(14) I got loose, tied a blanket and a counterpane together, fastened it to the bedstead, and let myself out of the window, and did not go home that night, but met my two pals and dossed in a haystack.(15) This means they are walking out of the prison gates to life on the streets or dossing on friends' floors.(16) Lots of us will be settling down in shacks - baches or cribs - or dossing by the beach or sleeping in our cars.