Definition of Prows

1. Noun. (plural of prow) ¹



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Definition of Prows

1. prow [n] - See also: prow

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prows

prowfishes
prowhaling
prowhite
prowl
prowl car
prowled
prowler
prowlers
prowlike
prowling
prowlingly
prowlings
prowls
proworker
prows (current term)
prox
prox.
proxemic
proxemics
proxenet
proxenetisms
proxenets
proxeni
proxenoi
proxenos
proxenus
proxeny
proxied

Literary usage of Prows

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1. Explorations and Adventures in New Guinea by John Strachan (1888)
"... that the Flotilla of prows are leaving to buy Sago—The Secret out—A Slave-hunting Raid—Starting to the Rescue—A poor little Captive—I adopt the Child—An ..."

2. The History of the Peloponnesian War by Thucydides, Henry Dale, Thomas Arnold (1873)
"... a great number of ships in no great space, would bo in their favor; for that by charging stem to stein they would stavo* in their prows, ..."

3. Historic and Monumental Rome: A Handbook for the Students of Classical and by Charles Isidore Hemans (1874)
"We still perceive the cavities for inserting the prows (rostra), or imitations of them in bronze, on some of the large square- hewn stones. ..."

4. Ceylon: An Account of the Island Physical, Historical and Topographical by James Emerson Tennent (1859)
"... bane and the continent, says they were "built with prows at each end, but without holds or keels." 1 In connection with foreign trade the ..."

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