English version

prow

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Water
prowprow /praʊ/ noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š especially literaryTTW the front part of a ship or boat
Examples from the Corpus
prowβ€’ Her prow, a cast-iron projection weighing 1,500 pounds, was intended for use as a ram.β€’ Whatever had been on its prow was now gone, sheared off when the sleek vessel had been driven among the trees.β€’ The car's long prow dips into the first tunnel.β€’ There were other variations too: some ships had low prows and high sterns, whilst others were high at both ends.β€’ He gripped the prow where it separated in a narrow V and took a deep breath.β€’ The spears were collected and stacked upright in the prow, inside a metal ring attached to the swan's head.β€’ Then the prow guns of the Adorno spoke in unison with those of her poop.
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