How to use Bowled in a sentence

bowled
  • We bowled far too many short balls which were severely punished by quality batsmen.

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  • Post hole has vertical sides, slightly undercut on northern side with slightly bowled base.

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  • I would not have been surprised if the stones we bowled had pitched near a rusty saber or a blue or gray kepi.

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  • The only diversion being a sneaky tactic of changing the color of the ball bowled several times in one over !

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  • Unable to find any support Clifford himself was bowled and the tail enders were left to play for bonus points and a possible draw.

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  • This was n't helped by an extremely tardy over rate by the opposition, who bowled their penultimate hour 18 overs in 1hr 15mins.

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  • The audience weren't exactly bowled over by the Mondays' performance, but it brought them to the attention of Mike Pickering, then the Hacienda's resident DJ, and later founder of M People.

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  • Rum-ass thinks so, and so do I. There's no way they won't be bowled over by you.

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  • Unable to recover both his sight and his rhythm, Wolfson's most prolific batsman was bowled out.

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  • Houston (5-60) bowled intelligent offspin throughout and had fielders held catches, he would have proved a matchwinner.

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  • Clarkey having bowled numerous half volleys got 3 wickets.

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  • He bowled left-handed, round-arm, " rather slow and twisting.

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  • Hamid bowled their Aussie opener in the midst of a really good quick spell of bowling.

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  • We bowled first on a hot day on a good batting wicket offering not a lot to the medium pacers, or Angry.

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  • Oulton breathed a huge sigh of relief, for the previous over Taylor had clean bowled the Aussie with a no ball.

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  • This wasn't helped by an extremely tardy over rate by the opposition, who bowled their penultimate hour 18 overs in 1hr 15mins.

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  • He bowled underarm, fast or slow with a little chuck or fling, thinking out his victims.

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