the brown bowl to me, Bully boy, bully boy, Come, trowl
the brown bowl to me: Ho!
Notwhatiam can atone for his fall last time out in Uttoxeter's Steve Gresty AKA The Trowl
Memorial Handicap Hurdle.
hospitable liar would trowl
down to the bottom after a helpless
Get that woman a trowl
, a vat of industrial strength concealer and some scaffolding now before her entire face caves in!
Spurgeon, "Discipline of the Church at the Metropolitan Tabernacle," Sword and Trowl
Like Tamburlaine or Faustus, Barabas symbolizes the rapidly expanding world of the Renaissance with his merchant ships traversing the waves from Persia to Alexandria to Crete: "Thus trowls
our fortune in by land and sea, / And thus are we on every side enriched" (102-3).