|Origin:||doss 'a (place to) sleep' (18-20 centuries), probably from French dos 'back', from the idea of lying on your back|
doss1 [intransitive] British English informal
also doss down
to sleep somewhere that is not your usual place, or not a real bed:
I dossed down on the couch downstairs.
doss around/aboutphrasal verb
We just dossed around all day Saturday.