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  • noun Plural form of prow.

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Examples

  • On the monument were the golden prows of ships, lions and bulls in Persian fashion, and hollow sculptures of Sirens, in each of which a living person could stand and sing songs of lamentation for his dead friend.

    Alexander the Great

  • Often only the prows of bobbing dhows serve to mark the horizon, the features of their sailors lost in shadow.

    Photo-Op: Dark Light

  • Officers stood at the prows, calling out to the strange craft through speaking trumpets.

    End of Time

  • David saw towering rock formations on all sides, shaped like castles and temples and spires and prows.

    The Omega Theory

  • At the prows of the incoming craft, sailors waved shirts and hats and pointed back at the open sea.

    End of Time

  • On the monument were the golden prows of ships, lions and bulls in Persian fashion, and hollow sculptures of Sirens, in each of which a living person could stand and sing songs of lamentation for his dead friend.

    Alexander the Great

  • At the prows of the incoming craft, sailors waved shirts and hats and pointed back at the open sea.

    End of Time

  • Officers stood at the prows, calling out to the strange craft through speaking trumpets.

    End of Time

  • David saw towering rock formations on all sides, shaped like castles and temples and spires and prows.

    The Omega Theory

  • On the monument were the golden prows of ships, lions and bulls in Persian fashion, and hollow sculptures of Sirens, in each of which a living person could stand and sing songs of lamentation for his dead friend.

    Alexander the Great

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