His bowie knife had fallen a short distance away, as if he had thrown it.
Raoul shifted his rifle to his left hand and pulled out his bowie knife.
Philip cut his bread and beef with his bowie knife as long as it lasted.
Neither did he appear in public with a bowie knife down his bootleg.
Flinders severed the cord with his bowie knife, unwound it, and set his friend free.
Barry cut the rope with his bowie knife, and they rolled him over.
The last weapon every man should have in his belt, with a hunter's or a bowie knife.
On the stone beside him was Dirk, the Hottentot, sharpening a bowie knife.
By the sharp logic of the revolver and bowie knife, the people of Missouri became the people of Kansas.
Suddenly the lights were put out, he was beaten and tied to a bench, and Bishop Snow himself castrated him with a bowie knife.
1827, named for its inventor, U.S. fighter and frontiersman Col. James "Jim" Bowie (1799-1836), and properly pronounced "boo-ee."