To be out from a bowl in cricket.
Commentator: He's got him!!! He's been bowled by that beautiful Yorker
by nick_tplss July 13, 2006
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A confident gait often associated with mavericks
He bowled up to the bouncers without a fear in the world
by Richard hartley November 23, 2007
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Hair cut your mother gave you as a child by cutting around a bowl on your head or a person sporting a bowl haircut resulting in getting dropped in on.
Nice bolwe cut I feel like dropping in on your ars...
by chris freeman May 16, 2005
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when a group of bros trade bowl packs and all get ripped
Yooooooo Dom when we goin bowl for bowl?
by Dommmmm December 7, 2010
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You get picked up , fingered , thrown in the gutter and come back for more. Just like a bowling ball.
Joe : Yo man , Taylor is such a bowling bowl !

Bob : I know man , I through her in the gutter a few weeks ago , and she just kept coming back for more. What a bowling bowl.
by I*HATE*YOU* August 30, 2008
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when referred to in a pipe , is the part of a pipe that is used to pack CANNABIS. A bowl also known as a slide is to be used on a water pipe to also pack CANNABIS
Yo Bro..wanna smoke a bowl?
Its 4:20 man...I'll pack a bowl.
by ClassicRonnie July 4, 2019
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A style of walking when someone, namely chavs, commoners, louts and people that THINK they are cool, hard and tough. This is often opposed to, but does not exclude those that ARE hard and tough and walk with a bowling action.

Someone "Bowling it" walks with the arms swinging out wide to the side, and their body leaning in the opposite direction to balance out the arms swinging. The head may also be moved in an exaggerated manner side to side to futher balance out the huge distance the arm is.
The wider the arms swing, the more ridiculous, and the harder the person in question usually thinks they are. Someone "bowling it" walks with confidence / arrogance and will not move out of the way for people.
Bodybuilding can induce the bowling it effect, they are bowling it, but not in the strict definition where it is more the mental state of the person, than the action that is being referred to.
Self training is necessary to repeat the gait, as rest assured it does not come naturally, further highlighting the show and arrogance of the person that puts on the display when walking.
Bowling it is most often practised by youngsters, and is often acquired during school years, when people have less respect for one another and need to make their way through corridors.
Although I mention the head and body tilt is to balance the arms, I personally wonder if it is not in fact to compensate for the weight of their huge heads, they being big headed people.
A bloke walks down the street in a side to side motion, arms flailing at the sides. He does not step to the side, the other pavement user does, as the man owns the pavement. He knows people. You can practically feel the arrogance and weight of his head. He's off to the pub.

Me and my friend look at each other and chuckle at that fool bowling it along the highstreet.
by Essex/Suffolk Lad June 10, 2011
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