Into the first of them she ran the boat until its prow touched the sandy bottom.
She looked at him as he stood with his hand on the prow of the boat.
As the prow drove forward down-stream, exultation entered into him.
But there were reserves in the prow, and these were drawn upon to fill the empty places.
It seemed as if something had gone awry with the prow of their ship.
It was not long before Pilgrim had the water "singing at her prow."
The anchor is cast from the prow; the sterns are grounded on the beach.
Shandon and Johnson, standing on the prow, were contemplating the position.
They made her prow sharp so that she would cut the water easily.
Pray Heaven we win clear; if not, it will go hard with you, friend, in the prow.