[ US /ˈbaʊɝ/ ]
  1. enclose in a bower
  1. a framework that supports climbing plants
    the arbor provided a shady resting place in the park
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How To Use bower In A Sentence

  • We passed ancient cottages embowered with climbing roses that Edward Elgar must have known as he cycled here on what he called his "trusty steed". Country diary: Malvern Hills
  • mrstg87 {@ symbol} yahoo {dot} com or bowermaster {@symbol} gmail {dot} com The Speculist: Carnival of Tomorrow 12
  • Mr Boffin having been several times in communication with this clerkly essence, both on its own ground and at the Bower, had no difficulty in identifying it when he saw it up in its dusty eyrie. Our Mutual Friend
  • He made friends, had adventures, found ways to fight the boredom with his cluster of rat-eyed Latin Bowery Boys.
  • 'The Bower,' far outbye on the moorland beside the Blackburn Lynn. Border Ghost Stories
  • Amy had a bower in hers, rather small and earwiggy, but very pretty to look at, with honeysuckle and morning-glories hanging their colored horns and bells in graceful wreaths all over it, tall white lilies, delicate ferns, and as many brilliant, picturesque plants as would consent to blossom there. Little Women
  • The bulk of the rest of the block between Second Avenue and Bowery is occupied by the Avalon at Bowery Place apartment complex. Diving Into Downtown Culture
  • Birds of paradise (Paradisaeidae) and bowerbirds (Ptilonorhynchidae): regional levels of biodiversity and terrane tectonics in New Guinea. Archive 2006-03-01
  • Julian's Bower, at Alkborough, Lincolnshire, is altogether more elaborate, having twelve concentric circles.
  • Canadian bareback rider Kyle Bowers swept the event, winning both the slalom and Stampede races.
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