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rose bowl Line breaks: rose bowl
Pronunciation: /ˈrəʊzbəʊl/

Definition of rose bowl in English:


A bowl for displaying cut roses.
Example sentences
  • The silver rose bowl, which will go on display at Ingrow, was made in 1898 and became a railway award when it was presented to the chairman of the Locomotive and Allied Manufacturers Association on his retirement in 1962.
  • Mr Harris's parents have also been presented with a rose bowl from the people of Bransholme, in their son's memory.
  • The rose bowl, weighing 93 ounces, is mounted on an ebonised base with oval enamel panels depicting Morley Town Hall, Morley House, Morley Old chapel and the entrance to Dartmouth Park.

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