Bowling in a sentence

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Definition of Bowling

  • The act of playing at or rolling bowls, or of rolling the ball at cricket; the game of bowls or of tenpins.
  • the playing of a game of tenpins or duckpins etc
  • (cricket) the act of delivering a cricket ball to the batsman
  • a game in which balls are rolled at an object or group of objects with the aim of knocking them over or moving them

How to use bowling in a sentence. Bowling pronunciation.

Mr. Bowling hasn't been near since I left, and Cissy is furious.
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This letter is from Mr. Bowling.
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All along, Louise had wished to marry Mr. Bowling.
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She might or might not have consciously helped to bring about the rupture between Mr. Bowling and Miss Higgins; she might, or might not, have felt genuinely reluctant to take advantage of her half-sister's defeat.
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Her ridicule of Mr. Bowling's person and character became, in this new light, a proof of desire to resist her inclinations.
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This morning I'm going to answer Mr. Bowling's last letter, and I shall tell him-what I've told you.
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But Mr. Bowling is very nice; he couldn't get angry if he tried.
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When Mr. Higgins knows I'm going to marry Mr. Bowling he won't have me in the house, even if I wanted to go back.
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When Saturday came the state of things at "Runnymede" had undergone no change whatever; Emmeline still waited for a moment of courage, and Mumford, though he did not relish the prospect, began to think it more than probable that Miss Derrick would hold her ground until her actual marriage with Mr. Bowling.
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She did so, with no concealment save of the correspondence with Mr. Bowling, and the not unimportant statements concerning him which she had made to Mrs. Mumford.
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But look here: why should you be quarrelling with your people now about that fellow Bowling?
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Her stepfather might recover his old kindness and generosity as soon as he knew she no longer stood in Cissy's way, and that she had never seriously thought of marrying Mr. Bowling.
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A child came bowling its hoop through the concourse of birds, and Ralph threw his last crumbs of bread into the bushes with a snort of impatience.
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At the Bowling Green, between the Great and Little Pedee, more than five hundred men laid down their arms, submitting to conditions which were rather strict than severe.
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It was like the bowling of a huge boulder along the crags and ramparts, and seemed to roll on and fall into the valley to bound and bang and boom from cliff to cliff.
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Phips would have asked that question very seriously indeed had he known that the Maid of Provence was bowling out of the nor'-east towards the port which he had just left.
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On the first of the year General Albert Sidney Johnston had his army at Bowling Green, Ky.
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Commencing with the fall of Fort Henry on the Tennessee, then Fort Donaldson on the Cumberland, which necessitated the evacuation of the lines of defense at Bowling Green, and the withdrawal of the army from Kentucky.
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We are fitting up one of the larger rooms as a gymnasium for the young men and boys, and expect to have bowling alleys, and possible tennis courts on a near-by lot.
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On the afternoon of the 19th of July, A.D. 1588, a group of English captains was collected at the Bowling Green on the Hoe at Plymouth, whose equals have never before or since been brought together, even at that favourite mustering-place of the heroes of the British navy.
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Examples of Bowling

Example #1
That isn't a nice expression, I know, but it really was one of our worst quarrels.
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But before that I'd had a terrible row with Cissy.
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Don't be in a hurry; just a few minutes.
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Entering the room, Mrs. Mumford saw the open letter in Louise's hand, and read in her face a desire of confession.
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Was not this the obvious answer to the riddle?
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She might or might not have consciously helped to bring about the rupture between Mr. Bowling and Miss Higgins; she might, or might not, have felt genuinely reluctant to take advantage of her half-sister's defeat.