Definition of Bowler. Meaning of Bowler. Synonyms of Bowler

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Definition of Bowler

Bowler
Bowler Bowl"er, n. [From 2d Bowl.] A derby hat. [Eng.]
Bowler
Bowler Bowl"er, n. One who plays at bowls, or who rolls the ball in cricket or any other game.

Meaning of Bowler from wikipedia

- Bowler may refer to: Bowler Hill, Missouri Bowler, Montana Bowler, Virginia Bowler, Wisconsin Bowler Rocks, a group of rocks off the north coast of Greenwich...
- The bowler hat, also known as a billy****, bob hat, bombín (Spanish) or derby (United States), is a hard felt hat with a rounded crown, originally created...
- usually known as fast bowlers, quicks, or pacemen. They can also be referred to as a seam bowler, a swing bowler or a fast bowler who can swing it to reflect...
- correctly identify which variation a bowler (often a spin bowler) has delivered. Pick of the bowlers the bowler who performed the best, whether over the...
- Bowler Manufacturing is the manufacturer of off-road racing vehicles based on the Land Rover Defender and Range Rover ch****is. The company is located in...
- Grant Bowler (born 18 July 1968) is a New Zealand-Australian actor and television presenter who has worked in American, Australian, New Zealand, and Canadian...
- The Bowler Nemesis is an off-road racing vehicle designed, manufactured and sold by Bowler Off Road. The Nemesis is intended to be used in endurance rally...
- Kate Bowler (born 1979 or 1980) is a Canadian academic and writer from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Bowler is currently an ****ociate professor of the history of...
- Polar Bowler is a bowling video game created by WildTangent for the Microsoft Windows operating system. It was released in 2004 and distributed by WildTangent...
- spinner's normal delivery causes the ball to spin from right to left (from the bowler's perspective) in the cricket pitch when the ball bounces. For a right-handed...
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