Definitions

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  • transitive verb obsolete To make ready; to prepare; to dress.

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  • verb obsolete To make ready; to prepare; to dress.

Etymologies

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See boun.

Examples

  • For luf my hert es bowne to brest, when I pat faire behalde.

    Love is Life

  • ` ` Fear not, '' said Lord Boteler, ` ` he shall be found, if this or the four adjacent counties hold him --- And now Lord Fitzosborne will be pleased to doff the armour he has so kindly assumed for our sakes, and we will all bowne ourselves for the banquet. ''

    The Waverley

  • And tell me if ye ride to France, or whither bowne ye be.

    Mediaeval Tales

  • See below, V. xx, 'to bowne him for the war'; and 'Lay of the Last Minstrel,' V. xx, 'bowning back to

    Marmion

  • Like lead into the sea. 'line 487. bowne = prepare.

    Marmion

  • And now Lord Fitzosborne will be pleased to doff the armour he has so kindly assumed for our sakes, and we will all bowne ourselves for the banquet. '

    Waverley — Volume 1

  • And now Lord Fitzosborne will be pleased to doff the armour he has so kindly assumed for our sakes, and we will all bowne ourselves for the banquet. '

    Waverley — Complete

  • For more information, please visit www. bowne.com.

    TradingMarkets

  • NY 10041, Attention: Corporate Secretary, telephone (212) 658-5805, or from Bowne's website, www. bowne.com.

    Marketwire - Breaking News Releases

  • NY 10041, Attention: Corporate Secretary, telephone (212) 658-5805, or from Bowne's website, www. bowne.com.

    Marketwire - Breaking News Releases

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