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Origin of prow1
OTHER WORDS FROM prowprowed, adjective
Words nearby prow
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Example sentences from the Web for prow
"It's not heavy and resembles the prow of a ship," Zanotti told The Daily Beast in an email.
Mike promised to carry out the doctors wishes and turned the prow of the boat south, which was the most direct course home.The Boy Patrol Around the Council Fire|Edward Sylvester Ellis
The instant a crevice as wide as ones hand appeared between two sterns a prow slipped into it like a coin.Letters to an Unknown|Prosper Mrime
Montague at once put down the helm, and, pointing the schooner's prow northward, steered for the harbor of Sandy Cove.Gascoyne, The Sandal Wood Trader|R. M. Ballantyne