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bower British & World English

Each of two anchors carried at a ship’s bow, formerly distinguished as the best bower (starboard) or small bower (port)

bower1 British & World English

A pleasant shady place under trees or climbing plants in a garden or wood

bower2 British & World English

Each of two anchors carried at a ship’s bow, formerly distinguished as the best bower (starboard) or small bower (port)

virgin's bower British & World English

A North American clematis

bowerbird British & World English

A strong-billed Australasian bird, noted for the male’s habit of constructing an elaborate run or bower adorned with feathers, shells, and other objects to attract the female for courtship

bower anchor in bower2 British & World English

Each of two anchors carried at a ship’s bow, formerly distinguished as the best bower (starboard) or small bower (port)

best bower in bower2 British & World English

Each of two anchors carried at a ship’s bow, formerly distinguished as the best bower (starboard) or small bower (port)

small bower in bower2 British & World English

Each of two anchors carried at a ship’s bow, formerly distinguished as the best bower (starboard) or small bower (port)

bower English Thesaurus

the garden had a hidden, rose-scented bower

bower English-Spanish

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