- a soup bowl
- a set of mixing bowls
- ate a bowl of rice
- cleaning toilet bowls
- college bowl games
I don't think I can bowl a 12-pound ball.
We bowl every Thursday night.
Do you like to bowl?
I haven't bowled since I was a kid.
She usually bowls around 150.
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beat it, get a move on, make tracks, shake a leg, step on it;
: to roll (a ball) towards something especially in the game of bowling or lawn bowling
: to play the game of bowling
: to get (a score) in a game of bowling
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