from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having an outward-curving front: a bowfront bureau.
- adj. Designed or constructed with a bow window in front: a bowfront house.
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- adj. having an outward curving front
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He used only the six-burner coal cookstove in his 1859 bowfront house and as many authentic ingredients as possible while avoiding modern conveniences such as the food processor.
I have since upgraded to a 72 gallon “bowfront” with small fish including: blennies, gobies, clownfish, firefish, and black molies that serve as “dither fish”.
It was a clean brownstone triple with bowfront windows and blooming flower boxes painted fireball red.
Emily tossed her handbag and key ring down on the mahogany-and-walnut bowfront commode in the small foyer, then turned and locked the front door.
We have a video of many tanks of this fair. 2nd of October 2009 (02.10.2009) +++ It's a 240 liter (63 us gallon) bowfront tank.
2009 (02.10.2009) +++ It's a 240 liter (63 us gallon) bowfront tank.