Definition of rose bowl in English:

rose bowl

noun

  • A bowl for displaying cut roses.

    • ‘The rose bowl, weighing 93 ounces, is mounted on an ebonised base with oval enamel panels depicting Morley Town Hall, Morley House, Morley Old chapel and the entrance to Dartmouth Park.’
    • ‘From the rose bowls at the entrance to the extensive drinks menu, the designer has abandoned Dubai's obvious Eastern theme and gone for authenticity in its own right.’
    • ‘I don't exactly have an SUV to put a sticker on, but I know of an H2 that's on my running route to the rose bowl.’
    • ‘On Tuesday, Mr Oughton, who was a magistrate at Stow and Cheltenham for 27 years, said he did not know exactly what had been taken, however two rose bowls were stolen that had sentimental value to the couple.’
    • ‘Vivien Carter received the coveted rose bowl at the Town Hall luncheon on Wednesday.’
    • ‘Richard keeps crystal rose bowls on the coffee table.’
    • ‘At a ceremony at the Salters' Hall in the City of London he was presented with an inscribed rose bowl and a cheque for £1,000.’
    • ‘Their inspiration comes from such far-flung sources as American diner china, antique Asian celadons, and Dutch tulipieres, which inspired their crushingly elegant series of rose bowls and tulip vases.’
    • ‘Hubbard received a cheque for £1000, a silver rose bowl and a certificate.’
    • ‘Another inventive use for the dinner plate during the last hundred years has been re-hammering them into more useful and appealing rose bowls and strawberry dishes.’
    • ‘Other artwork includes paintings on rose bowls, flowerpots, vases, jewellery boxes, Christmas decorations and other things that have practical uses.’
    • ‘Glass jars or rose bowls half filled with sand and decorative items or glass goblets are perfect tea light holders.’
    • ‘The silver rose bowl, which will go on display at Ingrow, was made in 1898 and became a railway award when it was presented to the chairman of the Locomotive and Allied Manufacturers Association on his retirement in 1962.’
    • ‘Pride of place was given to a rose bowl which my grandfather had won in 1925 for finishing third in Gull in the first rugged 600-mile Fastnet Race along the southern coasts of England and Ireland.’
    • ‘The couple picked up an armful of prizes, including a trip to Spain, a rose bowl, brandy glasses, and a decanter.’
    • ‘Hawkshead scooped the Friends of the Lake District environment trophy, while Levens Hall won the Cumbria Tourist Board rose bowl in the attraction category.’
    • ‘Patrobas in 1915 was fortunate to win a rose bowl.’
    • ‘Keighley blossomed in this year's Yorkshire in Bloom contest, scooping a silver award and rose bowl for showing most improvement in the industrial town category.’
    • ‘The winner will receive £500 and a crystal rose bowl and the two runners up £100.’
    • ‘Mr Harris's parents have also been presented with a rose bowl from the people of Bransholme, in their son's memory.’
    dish, basin, pan, pot, crock, crucible, mortar
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Pronunciation

rose bowl

/ˈrəʊzbəʊl/