My daughter tells me that bowler played Cooter, the werewolf in True Blood.
His comment about being a Special Olympian bowler was just one of those things, and he duly, and ritually, apologized.
Large in size, the painting depicts a man dressed in a sharp suit and bowler cap, a style typical of Magritte himself.
After a string of consecutive strikes, a bowler has a higher percentage of scoring subsequent strikes, for instance.
It is the bowler hat of the East, and I dont know which I hate most—it or the bowler.
Bob Pillin, in the fixed chair of the consultor, nursed his bowler on his knee.
So he of the bowler was marched along a series of pegs indicating the subterranean drain, and set down in the court of the castle.
Never thought about that,” said bowler; “what do you say, Gay?
The door is opened; Snow comes in, a detective in plain clothes and bowler hat, with clipped moustaches.
But as one must frown at something, why not at the bowler hat?
"hard round hat," 1861, said to be from a J. Bowler, 19c. London hat manufacturer. A John Bowler of Surrey, hat manufacturer, was active from the 1820s to the 1840s, and a William Bowler, hat-manufacturer, of Southwark Bridge Road, Surrey, sought a patent in 1854 for "improvements in hats and other coverings for the head." But perhaps the word is simply from bowl (n.); cf. Old English heafodbolla "brainpan, skull." The earliest usages are with a lower-case b-.
"player at bowls," c.1500.