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Definitions of bowery in various dictionaries:
noun - a street in Manhattan noted for cheap hotels frequented by homeless derelicts
adj - like a bower
A section of lower Manhattan in New York City.
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|Possible Jeopardy Clues|
|A "Mission" to help the homeless is named for this Lower Manhattan street known as a skid row since the 1800s|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|A street and district in New York City associated with drunks and vagrants.|
|Sheltered by trees leafy shady.|
|In the early settlements of New York State, USA, a farm or estate.|
|a street in Manhattan noted for cheap hotels frequented by homeless derelicts|
|like a bower leafy and shady|
|The Bowery () is a street and neighborhood in the southern portion of the New York City borough of Manhattan. The street runs from Chatham Square at Park Row, Worth Street, and Mott Street in the south to Cooper Square at 4th Street in the north, while the neighborhood's boundaries are roughly East 4th Street and the East Village to the north; Canal Street and Chinatown to the south; Allen Street and the Lower East Side to the east; and Elizabeth Street and Little Italy to the west.In the 17th century, the road branched off Broadway north of Fort Amsterdam at the tip of Manhattan to the homestead of Peter Stuyvesant, director-general of New Netherland. The street was known as Bowery Lane prior to 1807. "Bowery" is an anglicization of the Dutch bouwerij, derived from an antiquated Dutch word for "farm": In the 17th century the area contained many large farms.A New York City Subway station named Bowery, serving the BMT Nassau Street Line (J and Z), is located close to the Bowery's inters|