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bowl

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1. Chiefly US a bowl-shaped building or other structure, such as a football stadium or amphitheatre
2. a bowl-shaped depression of the land surface

bowl

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1. a wooden ball used in the game of bowls, having flattened sides, one side usually being flatter than the other in order to make it run on a curved course
2. a large heavy ball with holes for gripping with the fingers and thumb, used in tenpin bowling

bowl

An open-top diffusing glass or plastic enclosure used to shield a light source from direct view and to redirect or scatter the light.
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By jaw nearly hit the floor when Molly and Henry burst in from school and instantly tucked into a bowlful each.
For bowlfuls of fresh popcorn, just pop a bag in the microwave, listen out for the noisy popping sound and in minutes, you've got enough to keep you munching through any three-hour epic
When I started thinking about it, the idea made sense - I buy milk every day for the family, and the dogs always manage to coax a couple of bowlfuls out of me, too.