from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. A chamber or a cottage.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A chamber or a cottage.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Middle English forms of bower.


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See bower.


  • The spending cuts required from La bour and the Liberal Democrats would be the largest needed by any U.K. government since the 1970s, the think-tank said.

    U.K. Parties Are Urged to Detail Spending Cuts

  • Der beez menee tymes a day dat Eye wanna noze effen Eye cood bour… sweye… haz doze munkees faor a few minnets.

    LIONS! TIGERS! - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • Oh dear, I think Gordon actually thinks that his lines about the Liberals he thinks it is funny to say Liberals not Liberal Democrats - maybe we should all call his party the bour party and see if he likes it having regular changes of leader are funny, I fear he is deluded on this point.

    PMQs - 24.10.07 - some impressions

  • And be the powers of Moll Kelly, neigh — bour topsowyer, it will be a lozenge to me all my lauffe. 4 More better twofeller we been speak copperads.

    Finnegans Wake

  • Whisking constantly, bour in heavy crea, followed by vanilla.

    Eggless Chocolate Bundt Cake | Baking Bites

  • Then, there's the beginning of another word...bour...which could be bourbon?

    Donna Hay "Patty Cakes"

  • I have previously mentioned how after 5pm my bour route changes and cuts out my stop.

    sierrazen Diary Entry

  • German-French for “Madame la Vicomtesse,” and after many ceremonious bows, he drew from his pocket a dilapidated pocketbook, saying: “Che un betit bapier bour fous,” and unfolding as he handed it to her a piece of greasy paper.

    Une Vie

  • She picked up her bag and headed down to the har bour, determined to be the first one on the ferry.

    The Tycoon's Mistress

  • He returned to the har - bour the day before San Juan surrendered, and immediately sailed for Jamaica in the sloop which brought the news of his appointment.

    The Life of Horatio Lord Nelson


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