Definition of Barrows:
Sentence/Example of Barrows:
The organ is the gift of Mrs. James Barrow and cost (without cases) about $90,000.
At the top of the boulevard there was a barrow of flowers drawn up alongside the kerb.
Upon leaving the Commissary, our wheel-barrow was again put in motion, and accompanied us to Dessein's.
I dare say it is all pretty green, but that is no reason for us to fill the barrow with trash.
Hot and pleasantly tired, we packed up the tools on the barrow, and wheeled them to the shed.
Annette carries an apron-full, Jeannette an handkerchief-full, and Lubin a barrow-full.
In a place not far from thence was the cow buried, likewise in a barrow.
He was buried in a barrow not far from the house, and a stone was set up which is still standing.
Here was a pretty young lady, a niece of Barrow's, which I took much pleasure to look on.
Usually both classes of graves lie below the natural surface of the ground without any perceptible trace of a barrow.