bow[ bou ]SEE DEFINITION OF bow
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOW
It was a beautiful cameo of Alcibiades, with the quiver and bow of Eros.
A grievous error it is to suppose that Cupid's artillery is limited to bow and arrows.
She essayed to introduce Gracie; not one of them attempted a bow.
"But they must be sorry folk to bow down to the rich in such a fashion," said big John.
It is a Scotch bow, I see, for the upper nock is without and the lower within.
Even an old broken bowman might find the clout with a bow like this.
I think even now that I might hit any large and goodly mark with a bow like this.
I can't be other than I am, Rose; but you pray, and as you pray I'll bow my head.
His body was poised for the attack, as a bow is bent to drive forth the arrow.
His bow showed it—so did the soft purring quality of his speech.