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1. arrow

noun. ['ˈæroʊ, ˈɛroʊ'] a mark to indicate a direction or relation.

Synonyms

  • pointer
  • shaft
  • head
  • mark

Antonyms

  • undock
  • break
  • irrelevance
  • unpointedness

Etymology

  • earh (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

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Rhymes with Bow And Arrow

  • embarcadero
  • financiero
  • companero
  • mescalero
  • delfavero
  • colmenero
  • carnicero
  • tinajero
  • sombrero
  • recupero
  • quintero
  • mugavero
  • mogavero
  • messeghero
  • mazzaferro
  • locicero
  • escudero
  • ciminero
  • cavallero
  • calogero
  • caballero
  • zifferero
  • soltero
  • silguero
  • sendero
  • salguero
  • ranchero
  • pinheiro
  • palmero
  • olivero

How do you pronounce bow and arrow?

Pronounce bow and arrow as boʊ ənd ˈɛroʊ.

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Sentences with bow-and-arrow


1. Noun Phrase
Historical Inuit hunting weapons include the bow and arrow, the harpoon, the club and the knife.

2. Noun Phrase
They are quieter than a bow and arrow and quicker.

3. Noun Phrase
This will create a bow (like a bow and arrow) design.

4. Noun Phrase
Bow fishing is a special type of fishing that you do with a bow and arrow.

2. arrow

noun. ['ˈæroʊ, ˈɛroʊ'] a projectile with a straight thin shaft and an arrowhead on one end and stabilizing vanes on the other; intended to be shot from a bow.

Synonyms

  • bow and arrow
  • vane
  • butt shaft
  • missile
  • projectile
  • quarrel
  • arrowhead

Antonyms

  • antinode
  • node
  • middle
  • end

Etymology

  • earh (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

3. bow

verb. ['ˈbaʊ, ˈboʊ'] bend one's knee or body, or lower one's head.

Synonyms

  • bow down
  • congee
  • motion
  • conge
  • gesture

Antonyms

  • back
  • backward
  • last
  • posterior

Etymology

  • boga (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • bugan (English)
  • bwgan (Welsh)

4. bow

noun. ['ˈbaʊ, ˈboʊ'] a knot with two loops and loose ends; used to tie shoelaces.

Synonyms

  • bowknot

Antonyms

  • be born
  • survive

Etymology

  • boga (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • bugan (English)
  • bwgan (Welsh)

5. bow

verb. ['ˈbaʊ, ˈboʊ'] yield to another's wish or opinion.

Synonyms

  • yield
  • give in
  • succumb
  • knuckle under
  • submit
  • defer
  • buckle under

Antonyms

  • bend
  • sit down
  • arise
  • lie down

Etymology

  • boga (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • bugan (English)
  • bwgan (Welsh)

6. bow

noun. ['ˈbaʊ, ˈboʊ'] a slightly curved piece of resilient wood with taut horsehair strands; used in playing certain stringed instruments.

Synonyms

  • stick
  • violin bow

Antonyms

  • boo
  • moving
  • motionlessness

Etymology

  • boga (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • bugan (English)
  • bwgan (Welsh)

7. bow

noun. ['ˈbaʊ, ˈboʊ'] a weapon for shooting arrows, composed of a curved piece of resilient wood with a taut cord to propel the arrow.

Synonyms

  • bow and arrow
  • handbow
  • limb
  • weapon
  • Cupid's bow
  • crossbow
  • longbow
  • bowstring
  • arm

Antonyms

  • domineering
  • disesteem
  • disrespect
  • irreverence

Etymology

  • boga (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • bugan (English)
  • bwgan (Welsh)

8. bow

noun. ['ˈbaʊ, ˈboʊ'] front part of a vessel or aircraft.

Synonyms

  • vessel
  • fore
  • front
  • stem
  • prow

Antonyms

  • dissuasion
  • disarm
  • precede
  • leave office

Etymology

  • boga (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • bugan (English)
  • bwgan (Welsh)

9. bow

verb. ['ˈbaʊ, ˈboʊ'] bend the head or the upper part of the body in a gesture of respect or greeting.

Synonyms

  • kowtow
  • scrape
  • curtsy
  • genuflect
  • take a bow
  • change posture

Antonyms

  • unfasten
  • dislodge
  • travel
  • move

Etymology

  • boga (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • bugan (English)
  • bwgan (Welsh)

10. bow

verb. ['ˈbaʊ, ˈboʊ'] bend one's back forward from the waist on down.

Synonyms

  • bend
  • crouch
  • stoop
  • squinch
  • flex
  • cower
  • change posture

Antonyms

  • unravel
  • unknot
  • untwine
  • smoothness

Etymology

  • boga (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • bugan (English)
  • bwgan (Welsh)
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