“Louis," she burst out, "I'd rather be a Puritan, I think -- and be all dead and dried up like Aunt Janet, than -- than -- what you call bowled over.”
“This phrase bowled me over, for the proportion thus bluntly stated in figures gave me so logical a conception of his exalted expectations, that I hurried away at once to the director to warn him that the enterprise on which we had embarked would not, after all, prove as easy as we thought.”
“At CES this year, we're kind of bowled over by some of the innovative ways 3D technology is making its way into debuting products.”
“I mean how important is it for your character to be assertive and not simply kind of bowled over by the daughters on this show?”
“1459: That is the fifth time in six innings Dravid has been bowled, which is a worrying sign.”
“Somethin 'bowled' im clean over, but 'e gets up again an' shows me 'is arm.”
“The statistics are damning: Delhi has recorded the fewest sixes of the three venues, a little more than half those hit in Hyderabad; four scores below 100, one of which was the tournament's lowest total; and 40 % of all wickets falling in the "bowled" column, testifying to the difficulty in predicting the bounce.”
“He was bowled clean over, landing in a heap on the floor a dozen feet away.”
“And I was bowled over from the beginning, although I did not know it.”
“The captain led gallantly to the attack, but was bowled over by a chunk of coal that burst on his head in black baptism.”
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