We are afraid that someday you may run away and leave us, so we wish to tie you to us with a bowknot of affection.
For a moment he stood rubbing his head, with his merry little face puckered up into a comical sort of bowknot.
The men call it a "bowknot" of river; so we name it bowknot Bend.
Helen's hands rose slowly to her breast, where a pretty watch dangled from a bowknot of crushed diamonds.
But he'll tie you in a bowknot if you hold to the old theological doctrines.
bowknot—is tied like the square knot, but with ends doubled back in tying the latter half—used on neckties and ribbons.
Resting on its satin bed gleamed a string of graduated pearls from which hung a pearl pendant in the form of a bowknot.