Sunday, 24 September 2017



1. a round container open at the top, used for holding liquid, keeping fruit, serving food, etc.
2. the amount a bowl will hold
3. the rounded or hollow part of an object, especially of a spoon or tobacco pipe
4. any container shaped like a bowl, such as a sink or lavatory
5. (mainly US) a bowl-shaped building or other structure, such as a football stadium or amphitheatre
6. a bowl-shaped depression of the land surface
7. literary
a. a drinking cup
b. intoxicating drink
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1. a wooden ball used in the game of bowls, having flattened sides, one side usually being flatter than the other in order to make it run on a curved course
2. a large heavy ball with holes for gripping with the fingers and thumb, used in tenpin bowling
3. to roll smoothly or cause to roll smoothly, in particular by throwing underarm along the ground
4. (intr. ; usually followed by “along”) . to move easily and rapidly, as in a car
5. cricket
a. to send (a ball) down the pitch from one's hand towards the batsman, keeping the arm straight while doing so
b. to dismiss (a batsman) by delivering a ball that breaks his wicket
6. (intr.)to play bowls or tenpin bowling
7. (trans.) (in tenpin bowling) to score (a specified amount)

All this was the work of
Four eager people
Intent on a long meal
And I will confess that
When dinner was ended
And the bowl emptied

All were suitably happy

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