The library, the gymnasium, the bowling-alley, opened from the prayer-room.
On the premises there was what had once been a bowling-alley.
How now, my fine trundletails; my wooden cosmographers; my bowling-alley in an uproar?
The bowling-alley at Sandringham was one of the best in England and the Prince was always fond of a game of bowls.
He entered the all-night chop-house, café, and bowling-alley of his friend and admirer, Justus O'Callahan.
In one year we will buy the soldiers' monument for a paper-weight, and purchase Euclid Avenue for a bowling-alley!
Another way is, to throw them against a big, soft mattress, like pins in a bowling-alley.
And the first thing anybody thinks of is a bowling-alley, and the pins flying every which way.
No respectably ambitious inn in all Brittany is without its bowling-alley.
The bowling-alley was a failure as a bowling-alley, but as a picture gallery it was a great success.