What is another word for bowler?

Pronunciation: [bˈə͡ʊlə] (IPA)

The term "bowler" is commonly associated with cricket, but it has several other synonyms in use. Some of these include "pitcher," "hurler," and "thrower," which are phrases used for someone who throws a ball in other sports. The term "peloter" is often used in French speaking regions to describe someone who bowls, and in the United States, one may hear the term "sticker" or "roller" to refer to a bowler. The word "spearman" is also used in some contexts, and the usage of "spinner" may refer to a type of bowler who delivers a spinning ball. Regardless of the terminology used, a bowler remains a crucial player in the world of sports.

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    • Noun, singular or mass
      bowl.
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Usage examples for Bowler

A glance in the direction of Miss Hilbery determined him to make his stand this very night, and accordingly, having let himself in, having verified the presence of Uncle Joseph by means of a bowler hat and a very large umbrella, he gave his orders to the maid, and went upstairs to his room.
"Night and Day"
Virginia Woolf
At Waterloo I wished him happiness in his old home found again after so many years, then watched him as he walked briskly away-as commonplace-looking a man as could be seen on that busy crowded platform, in his suit of rough grey tweeds, thick boots, and bowler hat.
"Afoot in England"
W.H. Hudson
The overalls were rolled in an unobtrusive brown-paper parcel to be carried under the arm; and, having paid for his bedroom, he went out at about eight o'clock, walking boldly through the streets-just as Mr. Dale of Rodchurch, dressed in blue serge and not in his best black coat-Mr. Dale dressed for the holidays, with a rakish go-as-you-please soft hat instead of the ceremonious hard-brimmed bowler, and not too proud to carry his bag and parcel for himself.
"The Devil's Garden"
W. B. Maxwell

Famous quotes with Bowler

  • In fact, as a spin bowler, you have to work on the batsman over after over.
    Richie Benaud
  • I even had the illusion, for a very short time, that I could become a medium pace bowler.
    Perry Christie
  • Now I do bowling, golf, and tennis. I want to be a good bowler.
    Andy Lau
  • To escape jury duty in England, wear a bowler hat and carry a copy of the Daily telegraph.
    John Mortimer
  • A bowler can make or break a chap.
    John Newton

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