Associations to the word «Bowl»
BOWL, noun. A roughly hemispherical container used to hold, mix or present food, such as salad, fruit or soup, or other items.
BOWL, noun. As much as is held by a bowl.
BOWL, noun. A haircut in which straight hair is cut at an even height around the edges, forming a bowl shape.
BOWL, noun. A round crater (or similar) in the ground.
BOWL, noun. The part of a spoon that holds content, as opposed to the handle.
BOWL, noun. A part of a pipe or bong packed with marijuana for smoking
BOWL, noun. (sports) An elliptical-shaped stadium or amphitheater resembling a bowl.
BOWL, noun. (American football) a postseason football competition, a bowl game (i.e. Rose Bowl, Super Bowl)
BOWL, noun. The ball rolled by players in the game of lawn bowls.
BOWL, noun. The action of bowling a ball.
BOWL, noun. (in the plural) (but used with a singular verb) The game of bowls.
BOWL, verb. (transitive) To roll or throw (a ball) in the correct manner in cricket and similar games and sports.
BOWL, verb. (intransitive) To throw the ball (in cricket and similar games and sports).
BOWL, verb. To roll or carry smoothly on, or as on, wheels.
BOWL, verb. To pelt or strike with anything rolled.
BOWL A GOOGLY, verb. (transitive) (idiomatic) (UK) (figuratively) to surprise (someone); to introduce (to someone) something unexpected, underhand or requiring a quick reaction or correction.
BOWL BARROW, noun. A tumulus shaped like an inverted bowl.
BOWL CUT, noun. A haircut where the hair is cut short on the sides and back and allowed to grow long on the top, as though only the hair not covered by an inverted bowl had been removed.
BOWL CUTS, noun. Plural of bowl cut
BOWL GAME, noun. (US) (American football): A postseason college football competition.
BOWL GAMES, noun. Plural of bowl game
BOWL LUTE, noun. (musical instrument) A lute with a body shaped like a bowl.
BOWL LUTES, noun. Plural of bowl lute
BOWL OF CHERRIES, noun. (idiomatic) An enjoyable experience.
BOWL OUT, verb. (cricket) (of a side) To take all the opponents wickets (in whatever way) and thus end their innings.
BOWL OUT, verb. (cricket) (of a bowler or batsman) To dismiss or be dismissed bowled.
BOWL OVER, verb. (idiomatic) To overwhelm; to cause to fall to the ground.
BOWL OVER, verb. (idiomatic) To overwhelm with astonishment or wonder; to flabbergast
BOWL PACK, noun. A quantity of a recreational drug sufficient to fill the bowl of a small pipe used to smoke it.
BOWL WAX, noun. A soft wax gasket inserted between the outlet horn of a floor-mounted toilet and the flange to which it is bolted, to seal the connection.
BOWL, noun. A round vessel that is open at the top; used chiefly for holding food or liquids;.
BOWL, noun. A concave shape with an open top.
BOWL, noun. A dish that is round and open at the top for serving foods.
BOWL, noun. The quantity contained in a bowl.
BOWL, noun. A large structure for open-air sports or entertainments.
BOWL, noun. A large ball with finger holes used in the sport of bowling.
BOWL, noun. A wooden ball (with flattened sides so that it rolls on a curved course) used in the game of lawn bowling.
BOWL, noun. A small round container that is open at the top for holding tobacco.
BOWL, noun. The act of rolling something (as the ball in bowling).
BOWL, verb. Roll (a ball).
BOWL, verb. Hurl a cricket ball from one end of the pitch towards the batsman at the other end.
BOWL, verb. Engage in the sport of bowling; "My parents like to bowl on Friday nights".
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