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Billow definition, a great wave or surge of the sea. See more.

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Billow definition is - wave; especially : a great wave or surge of water. How to use ... See the full definition for billow in the English Language Learners Dictionary.

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Something billows when there's a fluid or blowing motion, such as the air filling a curtain at an open window, or smoke billowing from a fire.

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billow meaning: 1. to spread over a large area, or (especially of things made of cloth) to become filled with air and appear to be larger: 2. to spread over a large ...

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Define billow. billow synonyms, billow pronunciation, billow translation, English dictionary definition of billow. n. 1. A large wave or swell of water. 2. A great swell  ...

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The quality of having or being billowy, cloud-like, fluffy, or otherwise over-flowing. Often used to refer to ladies with big, squishy natural breasts that you wanna ...

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What is Billow? Definition and meaning:BILLOW bil'-o (gal, 'a great rolling wave'): Figuratively, of trouble, 'All thy waves and thy billows are gone over me' (.

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billow definition: To billow is to swell outward or to move or rise up as if caused by waves. (verb) An example of billow is when fabric blows outward in the wind.