bowler

  1. delivers the ball to the batsman in cricket
  2. rolls balls down an alley at pins
  3. a hat that is round and black and hard with a narrow brim; worn by some British businessmen

bowler

[n] - delivers the ball to the batsman in cricket 2. [n] - rolls balls down an alley at pins
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Bowler

• (n.) One who plays at bowls, or who rolls the ball in cricket or any other game. • (n.) A derby hat.
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bowler

noun a player who rolls balls down an alley at pins
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Bowler

[ten-pin] A bowler is someone participating in the sport of bowling, either as an amateur or professional. In American ten-pin bowling, a bowler is most commonly a member of a team of three to six people. Most bowling leagues limit the number of team members to five, with alternates available as needed. Scoring a `Kegler` is 12 consecutive ...
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Bowler

Bowl'er noun One who plays at bowls, or who rolls the ball in cricket or any other game.
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Bowler

A bowler hat (known in America as a Derby) is a hard, felt formal hat with a rounded crown and a narrow, curled brim. The bowler hat evolved from the earlier Billycock hat worn by gentlemen in pursuit of the field sports of hunting and fishing and the game of golf, and was designed by William Bowler, an American, in the 1850's.
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Bowler

Oval hat with round, rigid crown and a small, shaped, curved brim. Also known as a derby, because the style was made popular by the Earl of Derby in 19th century England.
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Bowler

the player on the fielding side who bowls to the batsman.
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