Bower

A bower or bowre is a lady's private room, chamber or parlour, as found in ancient castles and mansions.
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Bower

A bower is a type of ship's anchor; so named from being carried at the bow of a ship.
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Bower

Bo'wer noun [ From Bow , v. & noun ] 1. One who bows or bends. 2. (Nautical) An anchor carried at the bow of a ship. 3. A muscle that bends a limb, esp. the arm. [ Obsolete] « His rawbone arms, whose mighty brawned bowers W...
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Bower

Bow'er (bou'ẽr) noun [ German bauer a peasant. So called from the figure sometimes used for the knave in cards. See Boor .] One of the two highest cards in the pack commonly used in the game of euchre. Right bower , the knave of the trump suit, the highest card (except t...
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Bower

Bow'er noun [ Middle English bour , bur , room, dwelling, Anglo-Saxon būr , from the root of Anglo-Saxon būan to dwell; akin to Icelandic būr chamber, storehouse, Swedish būr cage, Danish buur , Old High German pū...
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Bower

Bow'er transitive verb To embower; to inclose. Shak.
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Bower

Bow'er intransitive verb To lodge. [ Obsolete] Spenser.
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bower

1. Anciently, a chamber; a lodging room; especially, a lady's private apartment. 'Give me my lute in bed now as I lie, And lock the doors of mine unlucky bower.' (Gascoigne) ... 2. A rustic cottage or abode; poetically, an attractive abode or retreat. ... 3. A shelter or covered place in a garden, made with boughs of trees or vines, etc, twined tog...
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Bower

• (n.) A shelter or covered place in a garden, made with boughs of trees or vines, etc., twined together; an arbor; a shady recess. • (v. i.) To lodge. • (v. & n.) An anchor carried at the bow of a ship. • (v. & n.) One who bows or bends. • (n.) A young hawk, when it begins to leave the nest. • (n.) Anciently, a chambe...
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bower

(from the article `arbor`) ...houses that are made up entirely of interlaced branches of growing trees and shrubs or of greenery trained over a light framework of wood or ... ...are birds of Australia, New Guinea, and nearby islands that build more or less elaborate structures on the ground. Some are called catbirds, ... [2 related a...
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bower

the lady's apartment, or suite. Withdrawing-room and sleeping apartment
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bower

anchor carried at bow of a ship
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bower

anchor carried at bow of a ship
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Bower

[software] Bower is a package management system for client-side programming on the World Wide Web. It depends on Node.js and npm. It works with git and GitHub repositories. ...
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