The bowling-alley at Sandringham was one of the best in England and the Prince was always fond of a game of bowls.
How now, my fine trundletails; my wooden cosmographers; my bowling-alley in an uproar?
There is a bowling-alley on the island, at which some of the young fishermen were rolling.
Another way is, to throw them against a big, soft mattress, like pins in a bowling-alley.
The library, the gymnasium, the bowling-alley, opened from the prayer-room.
And the first thing anybody thinks of is a bowling-alley, and the pins flying every which way.
Tenpins, ten′pinz, n. a game played in a bowling-alley, the aim being to bowl down ten pins set up at the far end.
Well, theres a pool-room on the street above and a bowling-alley across the square, chuckled the waiter.
Half-way to the entrance to the bowling-alley a third hallway branched off to the right, leading to a similar set of chambers.
Several doors north on the main street and on the opposite side, there was a bowling-alley.