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English words containing boll:

Meanings of Abolla:

noun

In the ancient roman world: a kind of thick cloak, worn by peasants, soldiers, and others (and, as an affectation, by philosophers).

Boll

bəʊl

Meanings of Boll:

noun

The rounded seed capsule of plants such as cotton or flax.

Usage examples:

Total boll numbers and seed cotton mass per metre were recorded.

Bollard

ˈbɒl.ɑːd

Meanings of Bollard:

noun

A short post used to prevent traffic from entering an area.

Usage examples:

More than 200 residents have already been issued with special electronic passes to ensure they will…

Bollards

ˈbɒl.ɑːd

Meanings of Bollards:

noun

A short post used to prevent traffic from entering an area.

Usage examples:

More than 200 residents have already been issued with special electronic passes to ensure they will…

Bollix

ˈbɒlɪks

Meanings of Bollix:

verb

Bungle (a task).

noun

Variant spelling of bollocks.

Bollixed

ˈbɒlɪks

Meanings of Bollixed:

verb

Bungle (a task).

noun

A foolish or contemptible man.

Bollixes

ˈbɒlɪks

Meanings of Bollixes:

verb

Bungle (a task).

noun

A foolish or contemptible man.

Bollixing

ˈbɒlɪks

Meanings of Bollixing:

verb

Bungle (a task).

noun

A foolish or contemptible man.

Bollock

ˈbɒl.ək

Meanings of Bollock:

verb

Reprimand (someone) severely.

noun

A rude word for a testicle

Usage examples:

That's a load of bollocks., he got bollocked by the boss., the teacher used to bollock me for talki…

Meanings of Bollocks:

verb

Reprimand (someone) severely.

plural noun

The testicles.

phrase

A rude word for nonsense

Usage examples:

That's a load of bollocks., bollocks to that (= i do not agree with or do not want to do that)!, ha…

Bolls

bəʊl

Meanings of Bolls:

noun

The rounded seed capsule of plants such as cotton or flax.

Usage examples:

Total boll numbers and seed cotton mass per metre were recorded.

Meanings of Bollworm:

noun

A moth caterpillar that attacks the cotton boll.

Usage examples:

They are known to eat cabbage moths, bollworms, tomato hornworms and broccoli worms.

Meanings of Bollworms:

noun

A moth caterpillar that attacks the cotton boll.

Usage examples:

They are known to eat cabbage moths, bollworms, tomato hornworms and broccoli worms.

Ertebolle

ˈɛːtəˌbəːlə

Meanings of Ertebolle:

noun

A late mesolithic culture in the western baltic (4th millennium bc), the final phases of which show neolithic influence in the form of permanent coastal fishing and collecting sites and the use of skin boats.

Usage examples:

Ertebolle implements of bone are interesting.

Gambolled

ˈɡamb(ə)l

Meanings of Gambolled:

verb

Run or jump about playfully.

Usage examples:

The mare gambolled towards her
noun

An act of running or jumping about playfully.

Usage examples:

The two of them run off to the woods for a gambol together

Past simple and past participle of gambol literary

Meanings of Gamboller:

noun

A person or animal that gambols.

Gambolling

ˈɡamb(ə)l

Meanings of Gambolling:

verb

Run or jump about playfully.

Usage examples:

The mare gambolled towards her
noun

An act of running or jumping about playfully.

Usage examples:

The two of them run off to the woods for a gambol together

Symbolled

ˈsɪmb(ə)l

Meanings of Symbolled:

verb

Symbolize.

Usage examples:

The first was symbol of the atonement the 2nd was to symbol the carrying away of sins.
noun

A mark or character used as a conventional representation of an object, function, or process, e.g. the letter or letters standing for a chemical element or a character in musical notation.

Usage examples:

The symbol r in figure 5 represents a gene which is ineffective

Meanings of Symbolling:

verb

Symbolize.

Usage examples:

The first was symbol of the atonement the 2nd was to symbol the carrying away of sins.
noun

A mark or character used as a conventional representation of an object, function, or process, e.g. the letter or letters standing for a chemical element or a character in musical notation.

Usage examples:

The symbol r in figure 5 represents a gene which is ineffective

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