Definition of Bowned

1. Verb. (past of bowne) ¹



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Definition of Bowned

1. bowne [v] - See also: bowne

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bowned

bowlings
bowllike
bowls
bowls of cherries
bowls out
bowlsful
bowmaker
bowmakers
bowmaking
bowmanship
bowmen
bownd
bownds
bowne
bowned (current term)
bownes
bowning
bowplane
bowplanes
bowpot
bowpots
bowr
bowrs
bows
bows out
bowse
bowsed
bowser
bowsers

Literary usage of Bowned

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1. The History of the Kirk of Scotland by David Calderwood (1844)
"But Sir James not being able to be so soone readie, and Mr George Ker being bowned off the countrie, it was thought best that ..."

2. Reliques of Ancient English Poetry: Consisting of Old Heroic Ballads, Songs by Thomas Percy (1857)
"44, going ta Bowne, ready; bowned, prepared. 1 Mr. Lambe also interprets " BICKERING," by rattling,eg " And on that elee Ulysses head Sad i-iH.si* down does ..."

3. Collections by Massachusetts Historical Society (1882)
"Gen11 Blake hath seased on 5 shipps coming from Brasili of his, & tenn more y* were bowned thither. ..."

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