verb (used with object), row·eled, row·el·ing or (especially British) row·elled, row·el·ling.
Origin of rowel
Examples from the Web for roweled
He roweled Pronto and, with Sam even in the jump, they galloped through the half-ring without opposition.Rimrock Trail|J. Allan Dunn
As Mose roweled him he kicked with both hind feet as if to tear the cinch from his belly.The Eagle's Heart|Hamlin Garland
It was all one that Archibald tore and tugged at the bit, or roweled him red.The Surrender of Santiago|Frank Norris
Meanwhile, the proud Verbeena just roweled that lofty, haughty boy to rags.The Shriek|Charles Somerville
British Dictionary definitions for roweled
verb -els, -elling or -elled or US -els, -eling or -eled (tr)
Word Origin for rowel
Word Origin and History for roweled
"pointed wheel on a spur," mid-14c., from Old French roelle, roel (Modern French rouelle), "small wheel" (see roulette).