bowl over

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Synonyms for bowl over

to overwhelm with surprise, wonder, or bewilderment

Synonyms for bowl over

cause to overturn from an upright or normal position

overcome with amazement

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The point of the exercise was to bowl overs and I managed to get a nice rhythm going.
I've got to bowl overs and as long as my body's good, which it is, I'll keep on running in.
t 'R for Y "He needs to bowl overs in the middle and keep taking wickets.
A leg-spinner, and Rash in particular, is someone who needs to bowl overs in the game.
Jeetan Patel, held back to bowl overs 11, 13, 15 and 17, offered no easy runs and took two wickets; Rikki Wessels, bowled through a slog, and the dangerous