Origin of prow1
OTHER WORDS FROM prowprowed, adjective
Other definitions for prow (2 of 2)
Origin of prow2
How to use prow in a sentence
The boat itself was a sharp-prowed, broad-bottomed affair which seemed to glide over the water rather than through it.Nabul, Our Little Egyptian Cousin|Blanche McManus
Wife and child and old father he left behind him and sailed away with his black-prowed ships to fight in Troyland.
On and on across the waves sailed the dark-prowed ships of Odysseus, until again they came to land.
The other seven were island boats, gaily painted red and green, high prowed, high sterned.The Island Mystery|George A. Birmingham
The river from a rushing torrent became as placid as the Thames, with numerous long-prowed boats gliding smoothly downward.Kashmir|Sir Francis Edward Younghusband