noun Australian and New Zealand.
Origin of bowser
Examples from the Web for bowser
Darnell Butler, who recently moved back to Washington from Maryland, said he was voting for Bowser.20 Years After Marion Barry, D.C. Voters Boot a Scandal-Tainted Mayor|Ben Jacobs|April 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The differences between Gray and Bowser and even Catania are miniscule.
“Bowser has the momentum but her support is soft,” says Plotkin.
If Bowser wins, the whole rationale for his candidacy, to stop Gray, “goes out the window.”
As Bowser sits in a Dallas jail, police are trying to piece together what made the former teacher allegedly kill.
Bowser tossed him up in the air two or three times, but Grandfather Frog simply lay where he fell without moving.The Adventures of Grandfather Frog|Thornton W. Burgess
Twice he saw Farmer Brown's boy come to the door with a worried look on his face and heard him whistle and call for Bowser.
Mrs. Bowser, you'll never get over your countrified ways if you live to be as old as the hills.Witty Pieces by Witty People|Various
They were half-way from the henyard to the house when Bowser the Hound came to meet his master.The Adventures of Jimmy Skunk|Thornton W. Burgess
Besides, it was very clear that Farmer Brown's boy was thinking of no one but Bowser.
Word Origin for bowser
a dog's name, 1806, perhaps imitative of baying.