- an archer.
Origin of bowman1
Origin of bowman2
- William ScottScotty, born 1933, Canadian hockey coach.
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Examples from the Web for bowman
Bowman talked about the allegations that evening on CNN Tonight.How the World Turned on Bill Cosby: A Day-by-Day Account
December 1, 2014
“As a teenager, I tried to convince myself I had imagined it,” wrote Bowman.
Bowman claims that she told both her agent and an attorney about the incident, but her allegations fell on deaf ears.
Bowman claimed her modeling agent introduced her to Cosby in 1985 at a Denver comedy club.
Bowman had just written an op-ed for TheWashington Post detailing alleged sexual assaults by Cosby in the mid-1980s.It’s Not Just Cosby: Hollywood’s Long List of Male Scumbags
November 19, 2014
The bowman looked down at his feet and then up at the moon, "Parbleu!"
"Nay, there you are wide of the clout," the bowman said gravely.
A steady hand and a true eye, boys; so let two quarts be a bowman's portion.
"I have shot nothing but arrows," answered the bowman obstinately.Alarms and Discursions
G. K. Chesterton
But when it came to the chaperone, a Mrs. Dr. Bowman, things were different.The Million-Dollar Suitcase
- an archer
- nautical an oarsman at the bow of a boatAlso called: bow oar
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Bowman(bō′mən)Sir William 1816-1892
- British histologist, ophthalmologist, and surgeon who is noted for his studies of the eye, the kidney, and striated muscle.
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