How to Pronounce prows?

Correct pronunciation for the word "prows" is [pɹˈa͡ʊz], [pɹˈa‍ʊz], [p_ɹ_ˈaʊ_z].

"Prows" in context

Prows are the front part of a boat, which is used to cut through water. They are typically made of heavy timber and are pointed at the end. Traditionally, prows were used by Viking ships, as well as other vessels of the medieval period.

The shape of prows varied from boat to boat and from culture to culture. In ancient Greece, prows tended to be curved. In Britain and Scandinavia, the prows were often elaborately adorned with carvings. Many prows featured sea creatures such as dragons, sea horses, and other monsters, as a way of warding off evil.

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