If not at Christmas then at Easter; and whenever it was she should find her room a bower.
Rosamond eagerly seconded this proposal, and whispered, "Caroline's bower."
To his bower was Beowulf brought in haste, dauntless victor.
He frowned impatiently—they were sitting in that bower of hers above the river.
We crept to the back of the bower, and Lib leaned over and looked in.
The next day the House was transformed by the women into a bower of blossoms.
Even as he spoke the music in the bower ceased and voices were heard in question.
Its inverted wheels on their trucks had made a bower of steel about the bridegroom.
The negotiations were carried on in a bower near the house of the agent.
One was for the bower and the other was for use out-of-doors.