down-bow


down–bow

noun \ˈdan-ˌbō\

Definition of DOWN-BOW

:  a stroke in playing a bowed instrument (as a violin) in which the bow is drawn across the strings from the frog to the tip

First Known Use of DOWN-BOW

1883

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