Definition of Bowrs
1. bowr [n] - See also: bowr
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bowrs
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Literary usage of Bowrs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Comedies and Tragedies of George Chapman: Now First Collected by George Chapman (1873)
"Plot you the reft, this will I execute, Dutch bowrs as ... I'l undermine the bowrs to murder him, Nor mall they know who fet them fo a work, Like a familiar ..."
2. Town Records of Derby, Connecticut, 1655-1710 by Nancy Owen Phillips, Derby (Conn.), Daughters of the American Revolution Sarah Riggs Humphreys Chapter (Derby, Conn.) (1901)
"This Indenture made between Samuel bowrs of Derby in the County of New Haven in ... of the other partie, Witnesseth that I the sd Samuell bowrs for and in ..."
3. A History of English Dramatic Literature to the Death of Queen Anne by Adolphus William Ward (1875)
"... doubtful fun,— consisting in the device of making the Saxon princess, as well as two 'bowrs' who are suborned to assassinate Richard, talk German. ..."